Exotic Car Of The Week - 021
This week in our Exotic Car Of The Week Series we found it fitting to review the spectacular 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost. Billed as the most advanced Rolls Royce ever released - the 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost is brand new from the ground up. The manufacturer has used a large amount of aluminum in the building of the new Ghost which has afforded them the ability to include an increased number of extras due to the lightweight chassis. Rolls Royce has gone above and beyond to ensure the new Ghost gives its occupants the most comfortable and acoustically engineered driving experience ever - and boy have they done just that.
The new Rolls Royce Ghost is yet another evolutionary addition to our Rolls Royce suit. The car has a colossal shell framework lining which contains a sumptuous cabin. The Ghost has a stunning outline of muscular yet sleek details and is currently being hailed as the Rolls Royce of the future. With over 100kg of noise-canceling material used to make the vehicle as acoustically sound as possible - Rolls Royce has left no stone unturned in the design of this state of the art vehicle.
Like all Rolls Royce cars - the 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost is opulent in every way, shape, and form from the steering wheel right down to the adjustable settings in its onboard champagne freezer - every inch of the vehicle has been tastefully designed. Enter the rear seat easily with the rear-hinged doors which allow spacious rear seat passenger seating. The Rolls Royce Ghost has abutting door handles as well as plush interior which all increase the safety and style of the vehicle. The cabin offers ample space and of course comes equipped with the famed star-studded night sky display to make the interior even more comfortable and luxurious. The dual 9.2-inch screen display offers an exceptional theater experience to the passengers and the night vision camera and head-up display ensure a safer driving experience - the list could go on forever.
Engine and Performance
The new Rolls Royce Ghost is bestridden with a monster 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine which is capable of generating a stunning 563 hp. The Ghost is not only four-wheel driv