Rolls Royce Ghost Series II teased ahead of Geneva Debut


BMW Group owned British luxury car maker, Rolls Royce, has released a teaser image of the new Ghost. The new model will be known as the Ghost Series II, and will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week.

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The picture doesn’t reveal much but we can see the facelifted model will be equipped with new headlights and a revised grille.The Rolls Royce Ghost was launched in the year 2009, and will be undergoing amjor update for the first time after its launch 5 years ago.Considering that the Rolls Royce Phantom was launched in 2003 and underwent a revamp in 2012, we can say that the Ghost Series II has come much earlier.


Current Rolls Royce Ghost model

The company, in a statement released with the teaser, said, “After five years as the cornerstone of Rolls-Royce’s sustainable growth success worldwide, this mid-life update is a showcase for the most recent technological advances from Rolls-Royce enrobed in a considered exterior design revision.”

Although not much details are known,we can see that the headlights boast of LED’s and a refreshed design. The interior of the car will see some minor upgrades to the equipments from the Wraith.Poertrain is expected to be the same 6.6-liter, twin turbo V12 outputting 571 hp and a healthy 780 Nm of torque. Power will be transmitted via a ZF sourced 8 speed automatic transmission.The engine may receive some modifications for improved performance and reduced fuel consumption.

Stay tuned to Motoroids for more updates on the Rolls Royce Ghost Series II.

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