Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II revealed ahead of Geneva Motor Show
Rolls-Royce leaked out images of Ghost Series II just ahead of Geneva Motor Show. Tagged as Ghost 2, the car is to be unveil at this year's Geneva Motor Show. The car was launched in 2009, and since then it has hardly received any major upgrades, but this time there are some visually prominent upgrades done to the model. The Ghost is in its fifth year of production, and it maintains its luxury legacy through out these completed years. While the Phantom model of Rolls Royce did received some of major upgrades after nine years of its launch in the market.
The Ghost II defines ultra luxury in its own way, and now with the additions of newly designed hradlamps with LED treatment and aerodynamically defined front end, is what all revealed out of the teased images. As far as interiors are concerned, the car may feature similar kinds with the top end model of Wraith lineup. The engine specs are believed to be carried forward with the same 6.6-litre twin-turbocharged V12 delivering 571bhp and 780Nm of torque.
The mid-life upgrade to Ghost is considerably done to bring in the most recent technological advancements to the products, particularly to the exterior design of the cars.
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