January 12, 2010
NEW FOR 2010:
- All-new model
For 2010, Rolls-Royce introduces an all-new model, the Ghost. Currently available only as a four-door sedan, it is the company’s “entry-level” model, and is smaller than the Phantom. It was derived almost intact from the company’s 200EX concept show vehicle.
The Ghost uses an all-new, twin-turbocharged 6.6-litre V12 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Each car is built to the customer’s specifications, but standard or available features include 19-inch alloy wheels, four-zone automatic climate control, automatic air recirculation, xenon headlamps, self-righting wheel centres, deep-pile carpets, lambs-wool floor mats, integrated umbrella holders, panoramic sunroof, cool box with champagne glasses, veneer picnic tables, 12.5 GB hard-drive stereo, rear-seat entertainment system, air suspension system, rear, front and top view cameras, Night Vision camera, head-up display, lane departure warning, automatic high beams, active cruise control, leather upholstery, and grain-matched wood veneer trim. The hood, grille and windshield surround can be finished in contrasting Silver Satin if desired, and the three-passenger second-row seat can be upgraded to two-passenger lounge seating with heated and cooled massaging seats.
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