2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series-II has arrived

2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series II 1 2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series II has arrived

2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series II 2 2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series II has arrived

2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series II Interior 2 2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series II has arrived

The name ‘Rolls-Royce’ represents the ultimate in automotive luxury. The formerly British marquee has been part of BMW since 1998 through the division named Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Although not directly related to its predecessor in England, BMW has retained the old model names more or less. In 2010, the new ‘Rolls Royce Ghost’ was released. The ‘Ghost’ nameplate is inspired by the ‘Silver Ghost’ car made in 1906 which was termed then as “Best car in the world”. Rolls-Royce built this new car as a smaller, ‘more realistic’ and less expensive version of its flagship product, the ‘Phantom’. At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, a new ‘Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II’ has been launched as the 2015 model year.


The external changes are not very drastic as the brand represents tradition. The older headlights have been replaced by LED lights which is a very practical decision. While the front gillie is same as before but a larger chrome air intake has been added that will help cool the brakes. The rear is little wider but otherwise the same as before.

On the inside, the level of high luxury is kept intact while introducing some new features. More chrome has been used to style the interior and the seating structure has been redesigned. The infotainment system is the latest that BMW has to offer with Wi-Fi navigation system and redesigned iDrive controller. A Bespoke audio system is also available as an option.


With the new ‘Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II’ the manufacturers have tried to achieve the seemingly impossible thing, “a more involving driving experience with no compromise to ride quality.” The 6.6 liter Twin-turbo V12 direct injection engine can produce 563 hp and575 lb-ft of torque. The engine is attached with ZF 8 speed automatic transmission. The car clocks a very impressive acceleration of 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds despite its big size.


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