ROLLS-ROYCE Ghost 2020 - 2022

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Segment: Luxury

The Rolls-Royce brand always had a specific prestige in the motoring industry and it was always used as a landmark for luxury and opulence.
In 2020, the British company introduced the new Ghost.

With over a century in the automotive industry, Rolls-Royce was the Koh-I-Noor of the British automotive industry. It was purchased by BMW in the late ’90s and it evolved rapidly from a single model to a wider range. While its flagship was the Phantom, the Ghost was more of an entry-level. A level where other car-makers had to struggle to offer what the Ghost featured as standard.

Rolls-Royce was not concerned about aerodynamic when it was about its cars. The big, massive, front end, with a straight-up and slightly V-shaped radiator grille, was a brand’s heritage and it was easy to recognize. It didn’t even need a badge for it, but it still had the Spirit of Ecstasy silver statuette on top of the radiator. The LED headlights still kept the same squared shape from the 2009 EX200 concept-car. The minimalist exterior look, with a low profiled greenhouse, made the car looks imposing on the road.

The passenger cabin was a luxurious place with seating for five. The large and thick front seats offered the comfort of a six-figure price car that could go effortlessly for long distances. The new technologies used for the dashboard and infotainment system were well integrated into the classic interior look. Maybe the HVAC controls on the center stack resembled too much those existing in the BMW 7-Series, but other than that it was Rolls-Royce as usual.

The powertrain was developed around the 6.75-liter twin-turbo engine. It sent its power to its all-wheel-drive and all-wheel-steering system. The Ghost used a modified platform version used for the Rolls-Royce Cullinan as well.

ROLLS-ROYCE Ghost 2020 2022

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