The announcement ceremony of RR Chandigarh dealership coincided with the Chandigarh debut of the sixth new Rolls-Royce model, Ghost Extended Wheelbase. Building on the enormous success of Ghost in India, the car combines segment-leading cabin space with the driver dynamic that has endeared so many to Ghost. Rear-cabin passengers will have 170mm more room than the already ample space Ghost owners enjoy. A panoramic sunroof as standard bathes the cabin in natural light contributing to an ambience that exudes lavish comfort and serenity. Sumptuous lambs-wool carpets and multimedia theatre-configuration, both as standard enhance the super-luxurious feel of the car. Beautiful Malabar wood, indigenous to Kerala in the South of India, is one of an array of ethically sourced, hand built wood packages available.
The award-winning Ghost has seen exceptional demand since its 2010 launch in India. Designed as a more informal Rolls-Royce, it has introduced a new generation of customers to the brand, endeared by its combination of drivability and hallmark Rolls-Royce exuberant luxury. With the Indian customer at the forefront of the design team’s thinking, Ghost Extended Wheelbase simply takes the principle even further. Customers who require slightly more rear-cabin space to transport families in uncompromising comfort are able to do so whilst still enjoying the peerless Ghost driving experience; in essence it is the perfect car for all occasions.
PS- The image is of the Ghost at Sukhna Lake, Chandigarh. A very neat and peaceful place. Among my favorites at Chandigarh