IAB Report – Rolls Royce Ghost Series II launched at INR 4.5 crores

Posted on: Nov 7, 2014 - 2:06pm IST

The Rolls Royce Ghost Series II was launched in India today at a price of INR 4.5 crores, ex-Showroom, Mumbai.

Rolls Royce Ghost Series II front doors open - Geneva Live
The Ghost gets redesigned LED headlights and a tweaked front bumper.

Exterior changes are reserved to redesigned LED headlights, a tweaked front bumper, chrome inserts in the air intakes and new alloy wheel patterns.

Inside, the Ghost features two new wood veneers, an upgraded infotainment system with on-board WiFi and a high resolution 10.2-inch display with an upgraded touchpad controller. An optional Bespoke audio system can also be ordered.

In its extended wheelbase specification, the car measures 5,569 mm in length, 1,948 mm in width, 1,550 mm in height and 3,465 mm in wheelbase.

Rolls Royce Ghost Series II dashboard - Geneva Live
Inside, an upgraded 10.2-inch multimedia screen along with an optional Bespoke sound system is offered.

Under the hood, the Ghost Series II continues to be powered by the 6.6-liter V12 engine that makes 563 bhp and 780 Nm of torque. The 8-speed automatic transmission can now pre-select gears based on the terrain ahead using the satellite navigation of the car. Rolls Royce claims the Ghost Series II accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 5 seconds and achieves a top-speed of 250 km/h.

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At INR 4.5 crores, the Ghost Series II has been positioned below the Wraith, which was launched in India last year at INR 4.6 crores. The Ghost and Wraith are based on the BMW 7 Series’s platform.

Rolls Royce Ghost Series II – Image Gallery

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One thought on “IAB Report – Rolls Royce Ghost Series II launched at INR 4.5 crores

  1. Dr. Nayak says:

    It is difficult to drive a car like this to work in India, as it is demoralizing to your entire workforce. That is one of the main reason why billionaire business owners in US drive average cars to work. Only thing that you can do with it is to keep it at home and admire that you have the money to buy it.

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