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Rolls Royce Ghost
Ghost is a confident and poised visual performance. New, sweeping lines below the front grille and design updates give a focus that enhances its charisma – this is a motor car that is always dynamic, even when perfectly still.
There is extraordinary elegance in integrity. Ghost’s clarity of design delivers sculptural purity, self-assured luxury and agile strength.
CO2 emission: 370-365 g/km; Fuel consumption: 17.4-17.7 mpg / 16.2-16.0 l/100km
|Width (including mirrors)||2,098mm|
|Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)||490l|
|Gross Vehicle Weight||2,940kg|
|Max. Loading Weight||580kg|
|Engine Power – BHP||603bhp|
|Engine Power – KW||450kW|
|Engine Power – RPM||5,250rpm|
|Engine Torque – LB·FT||620lb·ft|
|Engine Torque – NM||840Nm|
|Cylinders – Bore||89mm|
|Cylinders – Stroke||88mm|
|Standard Euro Emissions||Euro 6|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||82l|
This means you can have all the power you need and at the same time the fun, exhilarating drive you desire every day.
A Little About Interior
Despite the twin-turbocharged V12 that provides more than enough motive force. If effortlessness was indeed Rolls’ aim, it could well have got away with a V8. But that would be a compromise – and Rolls doesn’t do those. Of course, nothing screams opulence and luxury than purposefully having more than what’s strictly necessary.
There are standard- and long-wheelbase versions (the former doesn’t struggle for legroom), or if Sir would like to drive himself, you can have one with two-doors and either a fixed or convertible top. These are called the Wraith and Dawn, respectively.