Rolls-Royce has introduced the new Ghost sedan with the Black Badge treatment. The latest luxury sedan is a more individual version of the model unveiled introduced last year and is aimed at bringing younger consumers into Rolls-Royce’s fold. It is a four seater car.
The all-wheel-drive Ghost adds a new ‘Low’ driving mode, which improves driving functions, including gearshifts and a tweaked exhaust note.
The new Ghost has an updated interior with black wood veneers and technical fabrics and a minimalist interior clock flanked by a new update for the LED illuminated fascia. The Black Badge model gets a bright blue leather interior with a diamond like pattern carbon and metallic fiber weave in the trim.
Standard Ghost models are powered by a 563-hp twin-turbocharged 6.75 liter V-12 engine. The Black Badge increases output to 664 pound-feet of torque, available from just 1,700rpm. The new Ghosts have air springs and rear-axle steering.
Besides, it has a starting price of 39.4 million kenyan shillings.
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