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If I ruined the shot, I don't care because I may have introduced the first Rolls Royce to the galaxy far, far away, and a Wraith to boot.In pictures the Wraith almost looks compact and sporty, until you stand beside it and appreciate its actual size: It's 5.27-meters long, 1.95-meters wide and 1.47-meters tall.It's not like I was going to get lost since it was a straight road and I was in the middle of a convoy, but as quick as the Wraith is, it's also an extremely heavy car, and rapidly stopping all that mass when you're pushing at least 180 kilometers an hour requires some serious braking power.Fortunately for me, the big 14.7-inch discs in the front and their 14.6-inch counterparts in the rear worked superbly to rein in the inertia of this car that weighs as much as a full-size SUV. Rolls Royce didn't think that was enough pampering, because they refused to let us drive back for two hours across the desert.
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