Rolls-Royce has been the epidemy of luxurious excellence when it comes to exotic motor vehicles since the day the first example strolled off the production floor. Fast forward to 2009, when Rolls-Royce released what they would later find out would be "the most successful model in the marque's 116-year history". The British automobile manufacturer is more than excited to announce the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost revealed. The list of new advancements to the Ghost touch on every aspect of the vehicle's design, performance, and interior but is also known as the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce yet. The only two remaining features from the first Ghost are the infamous spirit of ecstasy badging and the built-in umbrellas.
The heart of the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost is powered by the notorious 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12, responsible for delivering 571 mechanical horsepower and 627 ft-lbs. of torque. It will be equipped with an all-wheel-drive and all-wheel steering system to ensure an effortless glide during each driving experience. Rolls-Royce has introduced the all-new Planar Suspension System to the new Ghost, which operates with the help of cameras and the satellite added transmission to help prepare for the road ahead.
Visual updates to the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost begin with a new down lit pantheon grille that features 20 LED bulbs hidden under the top of the grille. The new 30mm wider body style has been crafted to flow effortlessly as what the company calls "a single straight stroke". The door and glass dimensions are now created equal to balance the vehicle whether it's being used as a driving or chauffeur experience. As we move to the rear, the new subtle near-square taillights illuminate the back end and feature small details including Rolls-Royce symbols.
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Once the self-opening doors expose the interior, it's clear to see that the comfort aspect of the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost has been upgraded as well. The approach to a more minimalist interior has been achieved using the finest leathers, woods, and metals. Rolls-Royce has mirrored the starlight headliner to a new illuminated fascia inscribed with the Ghost insignia, which is a first in the automobile industry.