The second generation Rolls-Royce Ghost has made its world premiere, 11 years after the debut of the original. As you’d expect, Rolls-Royce has focused on further enhancing the comfort factor with the all-new Ghost, which has so far been Rolls’ most successful model in the modern era.
- New Ghost uses Phantom’s aluminium spaceframe architecture
- Length increases by 89mm; width by 30mm
- Features all-wheeldrive and rear-wheelsteering
What are the fundamental changes for the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost?
The Gen 2 Ghost is clearly more evolution than revolution in design terms. However, look closely and you’ll notice the new laser headlights (which have a 600m illumination range) with C-shaped daytime-running lights and a bolder front bumper with an air intake spanning its width. The side profile is a lot like the outgoing Ghost’s, and at the back, too, the changes are…