The Ghost is one of the oldest members of the Rolls Royce family, dating back to the company’s beginnings in 1906. And in 2014, that family member is getting another version of the already favored sedan. The Ghost V-Spec Edition is the newest version of the custom supercar, and while we don’t yet have full details, we did get a few tips from a Jan. 7 article on carbuzz.com.
The newest Ghost will reportedly be equipped with an upgraded 6.6-Liter twin-turbo V12 that boasts a power output of 601 hp and has the ability to carry this carriage from 0-60 mph in a claimed 4.7 seconds. The supercar will have its own Sapphire Black color, with chrome exhaust tips and 21-inch alloy wheels crafting a stunning exterior.
Inside the Ghost will be Rolls-Royce’s famous bespoke clock and a beautiful panoramic roof. Every passenger is provided a silver leather massaging seat trimmed with black stitching. V-Spec decals on the armrests and running boards make the interior truly pop.
We look forward to seeing full details about this breathtaking supercar and hope to have the chance to see one in person. Rolls-Royce always surprises us, and theirs is always a happy surprise.
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