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Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Key Features

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Pros

  • Swift acceleration
  • Luxurious and comfortable cabin
  • Highly customizable

Cons

  • Prohibitive cost
  • Merely adequate boot space
  • Not up to the Rolls Royce standard
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Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Reviews (19)

Luxurious sedan

Overall rating: 4 Reviewed By: Aritrika Sanyal on 10 December 2014
The Ghost model of Rolls Royce is a comparatively toned down variant of other cars launched by the company. It has a simple design made out of steel monocoque that is crafted in such a way that it exudes class in its most pure form. The interior, as expected of any Rolls Royce product is top class with...  Read More »

This is a headturner!

Overall rating: 4 Reviewed By: Mrigya Sharma on 17 October 2015
Rolls Royce Ghost is a car made for royalty and grandness. People drool over its looks because it makes its presence felt. I am spellbound by the treatment the car gives to its passenger. I love it because its classy and performs amazingly well on the roads as well! Quite a head turner.  Read More »

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Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Overview

Created over a lunch by Henry Royce & Charles Rolls in May 1904, this brand belongs to the royal class, the name equally heavy as the car they make.
The first new Rolls Royce of the 21st century began with a challenge to build the best car in the world, and the Phantom was born. This elite legacy was then carried on in the next stage of evolution, the Ghost series. This gave Rolls Royce two pinnacle product ranges each having their own personality. In 2013, the car surpassed its target with an overall revenue increase of 30% over 2012.

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Exterior

The ghost is basically a very expensive box on wheels. No cuts, no extended body parts, no aerodynamics, no fancy additives yet simply exquisite. The front houses the flagship grill & head lamps of the 21st century Rolls Royce.
This flows into the big bonnet which contains the massive 6.6L V12 power plant. The wheel arches don’t spill out too much and are right next to the traditional opposite –side opening doors of the car. This body work then extends into the rear end of the car. RR Ghost employs an overall car width of about two meters and a length of 5.4 meters. Subtle yet stunning, the Ghost is the essence of Rolls Royce in its purest form.

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Interior

When the talk is about Rolls Royce, it is the impeccable interiors that come to one’s mind. Entering and exiting the Ghost’s cabin are equally graceful. The superior quality leather, plush buttons, expensive wooden finish and vintage dials, all make the driver never want to get out of driving seat. The noise cancellation in the cabin is said to be so precise that one cannot hear the engine when it starts and revs up as he/she accelerates.
Overall, the plush interiors give a feel of cocooned in one's own private sanctuary from the outside world. There are plenty of ways to keep the passengers occupied in the Ghost even in the longest of journeys. The theatre configuration lets the rear passengers enjoy DVDs or even television on the individually controlled 9.2 inch LCD screens.

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Engine & Transmission

The Ghost runs a powerful twin turbo 6.6 litre V12 engine mated to an eight speed automatic gearbox. With four valves per cylinder, the Ghost produces a phenomenal 563 brake horse power and 780 Nm of torque @ 1500 rpm. The non-availability of a diesel engine might be a drawback for some but who cares when he/she is behind the wheels of the most luxurious car in the world.

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Mileage

With so much tech, gadgets & weight loaded into a car with a twin turbo charged V12 engine, Rolls Royce have managed to keep the mileage numbers straight. The car delivers 3.2 kmpl in city traffic conditions & 6.5 kmpl on the highway

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Braking and Safety

The Ghost sports a huge 395 & 402 mm front and rear ventilated disc which provide good reduction in the braking distance. Much like the other equipment, there's a plethora of safety devices available on the Ghost.
Inclusion of powerful brakes and safety features, the Ghost makes so much sense when it comes to providing a safe and luxurious means of transport.

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Performance and Handling

The eight speed automatic gearbox sending all the power from the V12 to the rear wheels lets the Ghost go from 0-100 kmph in just 4.7 seconds. It hits a top speed of 248 kmph with much ease. For a car weighing easily over four tons this is an exceptional figure. It also features the adaptive suspension system and anti roll bars, that sense & adjust automatically even when a passenger shifts from one side of the car to another.
Overall the performance is mind-blowing and offers a very serene ride to the passengers. The Ghost, the lightest member of the Rolls-Royce family is a head turner in terms of handling. The steering wheel is a speed sensitive variable rate power assisted with a steering ratio of 19.9:1 and a wheel lock to lock of 3.1 revolutions. The adaptive suspension keeps the car planted with minimum body roll. Thanks to the adaptive anti roll bars.

What do we think about Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015?

The Ghost is a luxury sedan with a huge sporty character added to it. It stands out, and being a Rolls-Royce, it creates an impression that lasts longer than one would think.

Rolls-Royce Ghost 2010-2015 Competitors

While there's no competition to a Rolls, but you can get a Bentley Mulsanne for similar money. There a lot of supercars in the same vicinity price-wise, but you would not be looking at a Ghost if you had to buy a supercar in the first place.

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