2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Redesign. 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is one brand new car from Rolls-Royce that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II.
At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled Ghost Series II to the world. Offered in a discreet and considered update of this iconic car’s exterior appearance, Ghost Series II offers the latest technological advances to our growing base of highly-successful customers – the Captains of Industry, entrepreneurs and successful business men and women who are the wealth and job creators in our economies – consolidating Ghost’s position as the most popular car in the €200,000+ class and a cornerstone of Rolls-Royce’s success.
Since its launch in 2009, Ghost has become the ultimate symbol of success for leading entrepreneurs across the globe. Winning critical media and customer acclaim and driving the company to four consecutive historic sales records, Ghost has led a new, younger generation of highly successful men and women to Rolls-Royce ownership; a key pillar in the marque’s highly successful sustainable growth strategy.
Ghost is a thoroughly contemporary representation of Rolls-Royce luxury – perfectly balancing effortless dynamism and modern luxury in a car that is composed under all circumstances. Owners enjoy a quietly assured, exquisitely refined modern motor car with an interior ambiance that offers a sense of calm and serenity in an often frenetic and chaotic business world.
In essence, Ghost is a Rolls-Royce that meets its owner’s every need; an exquisitely appointed business tool for the business week and an engaging and effortless driving experience for leisure at the weekend.
There are no prices available yet for the new Ghost.
One of Rolls-Royce’s defining visual signatures is given an enhanced dynamic edge. The famous waft line has be re-designed on Ghost Series II to lean further forwards – with a view to emphasising the car’s effortless dynamism.
These features, married with new optional 21″ forged wheels and standard 19″ wheels, ensure Ghost remains a perfectly executed, contemporary expression of Rolls-Royce luxury.
New surprise and delight features such as the optional monogrammed stainless-steel fuel-filler cap enhance the car’s tactile and visual appeal.
Ensuring Ghost remains at the very cutting edge of an ever-changing world is essential to satisfying Rolls-Royce’s demanding customers and Ghost Series II proves a showcase for the most recent technological advances from the marque. Clad in a subtle re-design, Ghost Series II ensures the timeless yet modern quality that the marque’s customers cherish.
The eye is immediately drawn towards the re-sculpted headlights, with unbroken daytime running lights framing a new, more dynamic shape, giving Ghost Series II a distinct visual signature from the front. This blends perfectly with revised surface treatments to the front of the car. A tapered ‘wake channel’ on the bonnet, emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy’s wings, evokes the sight of a jet’s vapour trail, hinting at the car’s dynamism. Subtle re-sculpting of Ghost’s bumpers creates a stronger stance and a sense of extra width and height, whilst the contemporary aesthetic is further enhanced with the addition of chrome inserts to the front air intakes, which now feed more air cooling to the front brakes.
Interior comfort and style are enhanced with re-designed seats. Electronically adjustable thigh supports for front seat passengers complement a new seat structure, enhancing Ghost’s unchallenged interior comfort levels. A revised rear seat design ensures absolute comfort for those wishing to conduct business or simply relax. In ‘lounge seat’ configuration, the seats are gently angled towards each other to create a more intimate setting, allowing passengers to communicate more easily.
The seats are available with three-level heating as standard with optional massage function and can be reclined for comfort. Chrome surrounds to the sun visor lights and a new soft-feel dashboard treatment enhance the car’s premium tactility, whilst sumptuous natural grain leather can now be optionally extended to the A and C pillars.
The instrument dials and clock have also undergone subtle enhancements with individually applied polished metal chaplets around the dials evoking the precision design of hand-made, luxury wrist watches, whilst the matt chrome centres ‘float’ in the middle of each instrument.
Finally, the scope for Bespoke customisation is widened with the introduction of two new, exquisitely crafted veneers; Paldao and Walnut Burr Crossband.
Again, just as I predicted, the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II carries the same 6.6-liter, twin-turbo V-12 engine as last year’s model that puts down 562 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque. The engine mates to a ZF-sourced eight-speed auto transmission that comes with Satellite Aided Transmission, which uses the navigation system to predict the driving conditions and adapt the shift points accordingly.
This combo rockets this massive sedan to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds up to its electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.
On the suspension side of things, Rolls added in revised front and rear struts the help the big sedan in the corners, and a new steering gear for quicker response. Optionally, buyers can add in the Dynamic Driving Package that allows for increased cornering capabilities via adjustable dampers.
Finally, hydraulic rear axle bearings help to further reduce NVH levels inside the cabin.