Harry's Garage Rolls Royce Wraith Black Badge video

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Harry's Garage has just put up a tantalising review of a 2,000 mile drive in a Rolls Royce Wraith Black Badge

Can't stand 'em myself (stars in the roof lining FFS), but it's a remarkable drive / review, the drive around the Swiss passes reminds us all that there are roads out there still to be driven, and it's a useful reminder that our cars are cheap relative to this £320,000 creature.

https://youtu.be/3dwBrCO3Qi4

If you liked this, you'll also like his Villa d'este and RR Sweptail review

https://youtu.be/x7FjL2jfxDs

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Interesting videos, I was surprised how noisy the Roller was at speed, I'd imagined silence somehow
 
Great video.

Wish mercedes put rear hinge doors on this generations coupes, C, E and S.
 
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Interesting videos, I was surprised how noisy the Roller �� was at speed, I'd imagined silence somehow

The standard Wraith is more silent.

The Black Badge car is supposed to be for "Young men in a hurry," according to RR - i.e. aged 20 - 45 (sic) - at least a decade younger than a normal RR customer.

Obviously we don't know the performance numbers, but anything that weighs 2.5 tongues yet beats Supercars on the Goodwood circuit must have a bit of grunt to it.

Pause while I go off and think about someone aged between 20-45 buying such a car... Here's a Wraith Black Badge buyer, Ms Marisa Mills, taking possession of her new car in Vegas. (She has her own large car dealership) :

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