Review: Rolls-Royce Ghost (2010)


Smaller than a Phantom and cheaper too. V12 power. Supremely luxurious. Jewellery shop-like fixtures and fittings. Lovely big thin rimmed steering wheel.

Starts at £200,000. Huge weight means it can understeer on difficult corners taken too quickly.

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8 January 2014 Ghost V-Specification introduced

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15 April 2012

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23 July 2009

Confirmed power and performance figures: Maximum power 563 bhp / 420 kW / 570 PS @ 5250 rpm Maximum torque 780 Nm / 575 lb ft @ 1500 rpm 0-60mph in 4.7 seconds / 0-100 km/h in 4.9 seconds Top speed... Read more

Rolls-Royce Ghost (2010): At A Glance

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