If you wanted a Rolls Royce with four doors, you can only have one option, the Phantom. Now if you wanted a Rolls Royce that's more driver-friendly and still has four doors, say hello to the Ghost. A strikingly much smaller Rolls Royce, it still means business with the famous Spirit of Ecstasy mascot sitting proudly on the bonnet. Carried over from its big brother, the unique floating wheel centres always stay vertical comes standard in the range. Most importantly, the rear-hinged back doors are another welcome design touch that works beautifully, both practically and aesthetically. Climb aboard the Ghost and you'll surely be greeted by a typical Rolls Royce in a modern fashion, whether driving or being driven by, the ride is a testament of a wondrous place from which you can only watch the world sweep by. It will never leave you without pampering.
The strikingly new design of the Ghost also offers a powerful but butter-smooth engine. A 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12, which produces 624hp and a handsome 590lb ft of torque mated to an eight-speed ZF auto that surges smoothly and seamlessly in a manner entirely befitting to a Rolls. The Ghost is still unmistakably a Rolls Royce, unquestionably an exceptional luxury car.