Rolls Royce Ghost

Rolls Royce Ghost - 2023

Private Collection




2000 - ...



Body type

4 Doors Limousine

Color exterior

Midnight Blue

Color interior



The Rolls-Royce Ghost is a full-sized luxury car manufactured by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The "Ghost" nameplate, named in honor of the Silver Ghost, a car first produced in 1906, was announced in April 2009 at the Auto Shanghai show. The production model was officially unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Ghost Extended Wheelbase was introduced in 2011. During development, the Ghost was known as the "RR04". It was designed as a smaller, "more measured, more realistic car" than the Phantom, aiming for a lower price category for Rolls-Royce models.

The next-generation Ghost was spied testing for the first time on 24 January 2019 with a long-awaited update. The model was fully revealed on 1 September 2020. Unlike the first generation, this car shares the same platform as the eighth-generation Phantom and the Cullinan SUV.

The latest Ghost iteration features all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering, a so-called "Planar" suspension, and a new illuminated grille. The "Planar" suspension incorporates additional dampers and mass designed to address high-frequency vibrations. The illuminated grille, the first of its type to appear on a Rolls-Royce, features spokes illuminated by lights housed within the top triangular portion of the traditionally shaped grille.

The Ghost is powered by a 563-hp turbocharged 6.7-liter V-12 engine that is shared with the Cullinan SUV. An eight-speed automatic handles shifting duties, and all-wheel drive is standard. According to Rolls-Royce, the Ghost is capable of hitting 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds. Rolls-Royce also boasts that the Ghost offers sharp handling, pointing to its all-wheel-steering system and 50/50 weight distribution as evidence that driving satisfaction played a significant role in the car's development. The Ghost provides a peerless ride thanks to its standard adaptive suspension, which employs a road-scanning camera to help the vehicle anticipate and compensate for potholes.

Like the cabin of any Rolls-Royce, the new Ghost’s is opulent, with every surface, knob, switch, and lever crafted from quality materials. Think thick carpet, finely-grained leather, real wood, and metal accents. An illuminated dashboard inlay glows when the driver turns on the Ghost. Rear-seat passengers are treated to such luxuries as massaging seats, an entertainment system, and acres of legroom. It’s nothing less than expected for a car in the same class as the Bentley Flying Spur and the Mercedes-Benz Maybach S-class.

Along with providing a Wi-Fi hotspot, the Ghost features a large infotainment touchscreen with in-dash navigation. It also includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto interfaces. A dual-screen rear-seat entertainment system allows passengers to adjust the radio, input destinations into the nav, and more. Rolls-Royce also supplies an 18-speaker Bespoke stereo system with 1300 watts of power and magnesium-ceramic speaker cones.

Two years after a full redesign, the Ghost continues to impress with an all-aluminum platform which Rolls-Royce calls an “Architecture of Luxury,” combined with planar suspension technology that eliminates vibrations and harshness for supreme ride quality. As with any Rolls-Royce, customization options are almost endless.

This Midnight Sapphire Ghost has a Mocassin and Havana  interior and is equipped with the following options:

Single coachline in silver, pinstripe wheels, 21” twin-spoke polished wheels, body-colored center wheels, panorama sunroof, front massage seats, RR monogram to all headrests in Havana, walnut burr, thicker colored steering wheel in Havana, rear massage seats, rear privacy glass, TV tuner, rear theater configuration, picnic tables, lambswool foot mats, polished stainless steel package, and a RR bespoke audio.