The elegant and super
luxurious Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II has arrived in Mumbai, the third city in
Southeast East and India and the third market ex-China to bring in this car for
sale. The car will cost Rs 4.5 crore in
The Ghost Series II was
unveiled at a gala function in Mumbai. India is one of the top five markets in
the Asia Pacific region for Ghost.
India-bound Ghost automobiles are also amongst the most Bespoke in the
world, with most having some form of Bespoke content. Building on this success is Ghost Series II.
The Ghost II is 5399 mm long
and around 1948 mm wide, with a height (unladen) of 1550 mm. The car has a wheelbase
of 3295 mm and a turning radius of 13.4
m. Weighing around 2470 kg (kerb weight), the car has a vast boot space of 490 litre.
The Ghost II is powered by a V
12 engine with 48 valves. This direct
injection machine churns out 563 bhp @ 5,250 rpm and
unleashes a peak torque of 780 Nm @ 1,500 rpm. The car has a top speed of 250
kmph (governed) and accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in 4.9 sec. As far as consumption is
concerned, it consumes 21.2 litre of unleaded petrol per 100km in the city ,
while on the highway it consumes as speed of 9.8 litre per 100km.
The car now comes with
re-engineered and re-designed LED headlights are framed by day-time running
lights. Revised surface treatments including re-sculptured bumpers present a
wider, more dynamic stance. There is also a new bonnet design featuring tapered
‘wake channel’ emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy that hints at Ghost Series
The re-designed front seats
include electronically adjustable thigh supports and depth adjustment. Rear
seats have been subtly re-angled to augment effortless communication with
The clock fascia and
instrument dials are enhanced with the addition of polished metal chaplets.
There is also an option of extending natural grain leather to the A and C
The re-designed LED headlights
incorporate the latest technologies. A whiter, brighter light augments driver
safety whilst electronic reflectors move in the direction of travel in response
to steering-wheel turns. New anti-glare technology deflects light when a car
approaches in the other direction, giving Ghost Series II drivers the benefit of
full-beam headlights at all times. Suspension
enhancements include re-engineered front and rear struts, new steering gear and
adjusted dampers that increase the car’s cornering ability when the Dynamic
Driving Package is specified.
All Ghost Series II motor cars
feature Satellite Aided Transmission as standard – a technology that utilises
GPS and mapping data to ensure the car is always in the correct gear when
negotiating turns, motorway exists and roundabouts.
“India is a key market for
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, we are the only ultra luxury automotive marque to have
five dealerships across this country,” explained Sven Ritter, General Manager
for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific.
“In answer to our clients’ demands for the best in effortless dynamism,
modern luxury and industry-leading technology, we are proud to present Ghost
Series II. In Ghost Series II customers
will find the same level of exclusivity, quality and perfection that is
quintessentially Rolls-Royce,” he added.
“Ghost has always been a
leading choice for our customers in India, as a definitive symbol of success
and for its unparalleled luxury. Ghost
Series II will give them an ownership experience that will be even more
rewarding,” he further stated.
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