Yes yes we get it, the new Rolls-Royce Wraith will be shown at the Geneva Motor Show. We’ve covered the first two teasers (here and here) already and now comes the third, giving us a peak at the ultra luxury coupe’s wooden door panel and dash-mounted clock. It doesn’t get any more exciting than this, does it?

The chaps over at Goodwood are happy enough to release these two more pictures without giving out any tangible detail on the Wraith, apart from superfluous accounts such as it having a “luxurious, contemporary interior to complement the dynamic poise of its exterior styling” and that “luxury and hand-craftsmanship work in harmony, thanks to the inclusion of softest ‘Phantom-grade’ leathers and expanses of open pore wood named Canadel Panelling.”


Why Canadel, we hear you ask? That’s a throwback to Le Canadel in the South of France of course, where Sir Henry Royce and his design team spent their winters. Oh and while they’re at it, the horseshoe sweep of the Wraith’s cabin also echoes the Le Canadel cove. Meanwhile, the fine timber finish presents an ambiance that hints at the interior of an ultra-luxury yacht, because you know, that’s how Sir Henry Royce rolls.

And what of the dash mounted clock? It’s presented with Blood Orange needle tips that “point to the car’s dynamic potential, while paying homage to the marque’s aviation heritage.”

Right then Rolls-Royce, enough horse play. Just show us the car already!