Rolls-Royce Daybreak and Rolls-Royce Wraith will exit manufacturing in 2023 and are already unavailable for order, the corporate has confirmed.
Each automobiles — the Daybreak, a two-door convertible, and the Wraith, a two-door coupe — have reached the tip of their scheduled manufacturing runs and won’t be straight changed because the agency focuses its self-funded sources on the event of the Spectre two-door electrical coupe, which is due within the fourth quarter of 2023.
Firm boss Torsten Muller-Otvos mentioned orders for the two-door pair have now closed for all markets, having beforehand been taken off sale within the US. The character of the agency’s orders and ready record imply that it will be early 2023 earlier than the ultimate Wraith and Daybreak fashions roll off its Goodwood manufacturing line.
Rolls-Royce views the Spectre as a belated successor to the coupe model of the seventh-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom, with the pair sharing an identical footprint.