Production of the Rolls Royce Ghost began in 2010. Today its first aesthetic modifications have been revealed as well as an update of its various technological approaches used in the infotainment system.
There is a new front section to the car which hosts LED headlights. To be honest, we find the design quite controversial for a car of this stature. The central part of the grille now has an awkward groove, which has no place on a Rolls Royce.
Inside, the luxury sedan now offers seats with leg rests in both the front and rear while the rear seats may be oriented towards one another to better facilitate conversation. The Rolls Royce Bespoke division will offer new upgraded paneling and leather.
On the mechanical side, we have the trusty 6.6-liter V12 engine that delivers 563 horsepower.
Despite its weight of 2,360 pounds, the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds.