Of course, the Rolls Royce Wraith comes with a high-tech, 10.25-inch video display for music, navigation, and other features. However, it’s not the typical touchscreen which cannot avoid messy fingerprints on the display. Instead, there’s a touchpad to control it on the center console.
Like many cars, the system in the Wraith is voice-activated. However, when users are done with the system, they can press a button and the system will disappear into the dash, covered by a classic wood panel.
Actual wood in the paneling is another unique feature of the Wraith. Regular cars use plastic, but not luxury cars like this. Rolls-Royce is known for using a lot of it on the interior.
The wood-grain patterns are also lined up perfectly to match. Stripes in the wood are set at a 55-degree angle and pieces in both the front and rear center consoles have tiny arrows pointing forward. There’s no particular reason why, but it shows Rolls-Royce’s keen attention to detail.