Rolls-Royce Ghost review

Category: Luxury car

Section: Introduction

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 front cornering
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 front cornering
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  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 dashboard
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 rear seats
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 infotainment
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 right front cornering
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 right panning
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 doors open
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 rear door
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 centre console
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 headliner detail
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 instruments detail
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 boot open
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 front cornering
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 rear right cornering
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 dashboard
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 rear seats
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 infotainment
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 right front cornering
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 right panning
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 doors open
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 rear door
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 centre console
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 headliner detail
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 instruments detail
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 boot open
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Introduction

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It’s hard to describe a car costing more than £250,000 as “entry-level”, but the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is the most attainable car in the brand’s rarefied portfolio.

The new car is, obviously, very different from the famous Silver Ghost of 1906, but it is also very different from its much more recent Ghost predecessor. While that car shared many of its parts with the BMW 7 Series, this Ghost Series II is based on the same aluminium underpinnings as the Cullinan SUV and Phantom saloon – these being exclusive to Rolls Royce. And if this new Ghost is anything like its megabuck stablemates, then owners and passengers are in for a treat.