Cars That Stand the Test of Time

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Rolls-Royce Ghost Today
Rolls-Royce did not use the Ghost name on a new vehicle until 2009, when the all-new Ghost debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Considered the “entry-level” model of the Rolls-Royce lineup, the Ghost became the brand’s most successful model ever. Now an all-new Ghost has been introduced for the 2021 model year with plans to expand this time-honored model’s success. The new Ghost is built on Rolls-Royce’s aluminum spaceframe architecture, allowing engineers to place the engine behind the front axle. The new design also adopts all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering and a new suspension system. Still easily recognizable as a Rolls, the new Ghost features a larger Pantheon grille with accent lighting, as well as an illuminated dashboard that displays starlight to match the Starlight Headliner. Last fall Rolls-Royce added the Ghost Black Badge series which features darker styling and increased performance.

<Slide 41/45>