Rolls Royce has recently revealed the interior and exterior images of the new 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost. The new model comes with cosmetic and mechanical updates.
Rolls-Royce is preparing for the launch of the new 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost. Ahead of the market entrance, Rolls Royce has released the full images of the Ghost’s exterior and interior. As per the revealed images, the new Ghost will still feature the signature design from the existing models with some moderate updates. However, we will see significant updates in regards to engineering.
2021 Rolls Royce Ghost's interior and exterior is revealed.
On the exterior, the 2021 Rolls Royce keeps the similar styling formula, which has been proved to be very successful over Ghost’s lifetime. Only by paying closer attention, you will start to notice the new updates. On the front end, the new Rolls Royce Ghost gets a new front grille with LED illumination, a revised bumper, and new laser headlights. Notably, the Spirit of Ecstasy is relocated to the edge of the hood. Apart from these new design cues, the Rolls Royce remains mostly similar to the ongoing model.
On the inside, Rolls Royce Ghost bids farewell to the old busy and squarish design and welcomes a new minimalistic styling. The new dashboard design looks flatter and more seamless. In terms of features, the Ghost gets electric-opening doors that allow car passengers to open the door more conveniently. While the bigger Phantom gets the option of closing the door by a press of a button, the Ghost is the roller that can open them automaitcally. Planar Suspension System can predict and adjust the suspension settings in accordance with the road conditions ahead. This system also handles the stability control, braking, and all-wheel-drive as well as the all-wheel steering system. In addition, the interior of the 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost gets insulated sound stage, active cruise control, lane change warning, lane departure alert, active cruise control, autonomous parking, and vision assist. Notably, the new model is also wider and longer than the car it will replace, which indicates a better interior space.
The interior of the 2020 Rolls Royce Ghost comes with a host of new features
Under the hood, the Rolls Royce Ghost comes with a 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine, which develops a peak power of 563 Bhp and a peak torque of 850 Nm. The engine can reach the maximum torque right from 1,600 rpm. As to reduce the engine noise, the new Ghost receives a unique port in the air inlets.
The powertrain system is placed behind the front axle in order to attain the ideal 50/50 weight distribution. Power is sent to both rear and front wheels via an 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox. Additionally, the Satellite Aided Transmission system will help to decide the optimum gears based on the real-time GPS data. The British car brand prices the 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost at the starting price of $332,000 (around Rs 2.42 Crore).