Wondering how to arrive at your big day? Well, you can soon travel in style in the new Wraith Coupe from Rolls-Royce.

Rolls-Royce is developing a convertible version of its all-new Wraith coupe and will go into production in 2015. Speaking with media at the UK launch of the Wraith, held fittingly at the Harrods luxury department store Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös strongly suggested that that a Wraith Drophead Coupe was in the pipeline.

“The design certainly lends itself to a drophead coupe, and I think that will be the next variant,” Müller-Ötvös revealed to Auto Express.

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Unfortunately, he went on to say that producing another Wraith variant could take “some time.” One variant that we definitely won’t be seeing, however, is an SUV. Müller-Ötvös confirmed that there were no plans for a Rolls-Royce SUV despite some rumors to the contrary.

Finally, the Rolls-Royce CEO mentioned some of his company’s plans for the next-generation Phantom flagship sedan. He said that a plug-in hybrid was definitely the way to go with such a car, as some city centers, particularly in Europe, may have restrictions on the use of non-electrified vehicles when the model is finally launched. As previously reported, Rolls-Royce ruled out an all-electric Phantom because of range concerns, saying plug-in was a better option.

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