With the new Ghost, Rolls-Royce has created a masterpiece in its class. The Ghost is the first Rolls-Royce sedan with four-wheel drive and steering, setting new standards in manifold respects. Merely the radiator figure, dubbed “Spirit of Ecstasy” – the icon of the brand – and the umbrellas have been taken on from the predecessor. The design of the new Ghost is emphatically simple, in the spirit of post-opulence; thus, body interruptions have been avoided wherever possible and the design reduced to a necessary minimum.


The radiator grille is now indirectly illuminated by 20 LED lights to also increase its night-time presence while driving. The doors, which open in opposite directions and can be closed automatically by sensors from the outside at the touch of a finger, can now also be opened electrically from the inside. The interior of the Ghost also reflects a new zeitgeist. For the new Ghost, the product team of designers, engineers and craftspeople created a dashboard that expands the Starlight Headliner in the roof thanks to more than 850 individual LED lights. The new Ghost features the 6.75-litre V12 engine also found in the Phantom and Cullinan. Its output of 571 PS with a maximum torque of 850 Nm provides a confident and balanced driving experience, making the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds feel like subdued momentum.