The Rolls-Royce Wraith makes its Atlanta debut

On Friday, September 27th, we experienced an unveiling of massive proportions. At a private engagement in Buckhead, invited guests were able to experience the Wraith, the newest addition to the Rolls-Royce family. As if relaxing with Mali Hunter and the Tree Sound Studios gang wasn’t classy enough, we made our way not even a mile further into Buckhead, to the Rolls-Royce Atlanta dealership.

When you arrive, the first thing you’ll see is a massive amount of police (which we totally understand for an event like this), then about six valet attendants waiting to park your car, and last but not least, Phantoms and Dropheads and Ghosts! OH MY!

Until this monstrous work of art commanded the attention of guests, a myriad of drinks were available along with desserts and sample-size snacks to settle the amount of anticipation in your stomach. There was even a heavily manned (and by manned we mean wo-manned) Ciroc Bar for guests to try their new Ciroc Amaretto flavor. There were plenty of representatives there to answer questions about purchasing options, amenities, styles, colors, and anything else you might think of while sipping champagne and finishing your chicken & waffles (a southern staple).

Now, we could show you all of these amazing pictures of the car, or, we could unveil it in our next issue. For now, we’ll show you a few shots and save the album for the next issue.

A big thanks to Greg Williams at Rolls-Royce Atlanta for the hospitality!

-Jon J.

Photo: Malcolm “X” Lewis

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