Remember the Rolls Royce 200EX Concept which was unearthed at the Geneva Motor Show? Well, even if you don’t here is the production ready model of the luxury salon and it is now dubbed the 2010 Rolls Royce Ghost. Following the Rolls Royce style, there is a large sloping grille at the front end (resembling a jet intake) with Xenon headlights. At the back you primarily find, LED taillights and chrome exhaust tips (optional). Just to give it a distinctive look on the streets it has been finished in a contrasting Silver Satin paint finish.
When it’s a Royce, luxury is the biggest factor and so it is here with evidences like the abundance of leather on the inside assisted with chrome detailing. Again, the trademark violin key switches are also here along with frosted instrument dials and abundant wood trimming. The air-conditioning inside this luxury on four wheels hits you from four different sides. On popping the hood you will find a 6.6-liter turbocharged V12 beast capable of churning 563bhp and 780Nm of torque. The amazing power is mated to an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission. The deadly combination helps the car dash from 0 to 100km/h in 4.9 seconds while topping it out at 250 Km/h which is electronically limited.
I don’t particularly like the rear, but overall it looks like an impressive ride. One that we would like to take for a test drive! Eh?