An updated version of the executive Rolls-Royce Ghost spotted On testsJune 10, 2019
The official presentation of the most luxurious Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 model year will be held in 2020. The car will receive an updated salon and an extended list of technologies + new platform.
Today we can take a look at the second-generation Ghost prototype for the first time. Judging by the “spy” pictures, the design of the dashboard is largely inherited from the Phantom sedan and Cullinan crossover. The current Ghost has been on the market for almost 10 years, but this is not the type of car that will chase after a young age, as it boasts a timeless design inside and out.
However, Rolls-Royce is going to introduce much more technology in its model, while maintaining the theme of retro.
The black dials of the dashboard mean that the Ghost 2021 model year will receive a fully digital dashboard, next to which will be the display of the infotainment system. It will be interesting to see if the latter will have a touch screen, like on Cullinan, or you will have to use a rotary controller, as is the case with the Phantom.
Externally, camouflage seems to hide an evolutionary design with a higher false radiator grille, surrounded by modified and slightly narrower fully LED headlights. These round cuts in the camouflage of the front bumper reveal a strip of daytime running lights. The side profile shows a slightly sloping roofline. At the rear, the prototype still had temporary tail lights.
The car will receive a completely new platform, thereby reducing the overall weight of the sedan. Under its hood should be the familiar 6.75-liter V12 engine with 563 hp.
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