Ultra luxury car manufacturer, Rolls Royce has finally launched the updated Ghost Series II super luxury car in the Indian car market at Rs. 4.5 crore (ex-showroom Mumbai). Changes have been made to both exteriors and interiors; however, the tweaks are very minimal. First launched in 2009, the Ghost luxury car is the best-selling product from the Roll Royce line-up.
The exteriors of the Rolls Royce Ghost Series II features restyled headlamps paired with LED daytime running lamps, revised front and rear bumpers, etc. The company is also offering new exterior paint and wheel options. Inside the cabin, the Ghost Series II comes with new seats with improved electronic adjustment function and heating options. Its rear profile features several seating positions. There is a new 10.25-inch multimedia screen along with a touchpad controller for infotainment. The other changes include restyled instruments, two new wood veneers, restyled on board Wi-Fi aided infotainment system, etc.
Under the hood is the same 6.6-litre V12 engine that churns out a maximum power output of 563bhp and a peak torque of 780Nm. This engine is paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The company has also tweaked the front and rear struts, new steering gear and adjusted dampers which offers improved ride quality and rear stability cornering stability. The gearbox is paired to the navigation system that enables the car to automatically assume the transmission selection.