The Rolls-Royce Ghost is considered Phantom’s younger sister. With a smaller size and priced a bit lower, the Ghost is focused on the individuals for whom the Phantom is excessively costly or just too much to live with. In 2014, the vehicle experienced a facelift that for the most part tackle the equipment as well as the style of the vehicle, which has been marginally modernized.
The Ghost in 2020 is ten years old, it can no longer conceal its propelled age, particularly when compared with the Phantom and the Cullinan, which have considerably more complex technology involved. Subsequently, the limousine will soon leave the lineup to a new generation that will be more updated in line with the modern times.
the new Ghost will take up the foundation of the current model. This platform will evolve marginally to permit the adoption of the most recent technologies
The English brand is teasing the audience with the appearance of the second-generation Ghost. The vehicle keeps the outline of the original with streaming lines underlining the length of the vehicle. The long hood will gracefully invite the timeless Flying Lady at its end.
On the technical side, the new Ghost will take up the foundation of the current model. This platform will evolve marginally to permit the adoption of the most recent technologies. Under the hood, the latest Ghost will keep a 6.75-litre V12. The new Rolls-Royce Ghost will be unveiled in Autumn for customer deliveries by early next year.