For those who desire sybaritic luxury and a spirited driving experience in the same ultra-pricey motorcar, the Ghost is your answer. Under the hood topped by the Spirit of Ecstasy is a twin-turbo 6.6-liter V-12 good for 563 hp paired to a satellite-aided gearbox, which uses GPS data to read the roadscape ahead of you, anticipate your driving needs, and shift the transmission accordingly. The interior boasts sumptuous leather seating and handsomely crafted wood veneers.
The bulk of the aesthetic upgrades are found inside the car, where the smallest member of the Rolls family gains a panoramic sunroof, massaging seats upholstered in silver leather with contrasting black stitching, a bespoke clock and V-Spec running boards. Piano black trim on the dashboard and the door panels, a 360-degree camera and a V-Spec logo proudly embroidered into the rear armrest round out the major upgrades in the cabin.
Outside, the Ghost V-Specification retains a low-key appearance and the only major upgrades are two chromed exhaust tips and 21-inch part-polished five-spoke alloy wheels lifted straight from the Wraith parts bin. The car can be ordered with a regular or a long wheelbase and buyers can choose from Graphite, Black Sapphire, Black Kirsch, Arctic White and Infinity Black.