New Rolls-Royce Ghost spotted on testsFebruary 13, 2019
The next Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan will be based on a new aluminum architecture, but this decision will not lead to a significant weight loss due to the advent of new technologies.
Rolls-Royce launched the next generation of the next-generation Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan in Germany. Spy photos from the tests laid out the publication Motor1. Judging by the pictures, the design of the novelty will receive the features of Phantom and Cullinan. Already we can say that the car will have a new optics and another grille.
The basis of the next sedan will form a new aluminum architecture, but this decision will not lead to a significant weight loss due to the emergence of new technologies at the car. Specifications are kept secret. It is expected that the car will save gasoline 6.6-liter V12 engine. It is possible that the motor settings will be optimized in order to increase efficiency.
Production of the machine will be adjusted at the plant in Goodwood (West Sussex). The main competitors of the novelty will be the Bentley Flying Spur and Mercedes-Maybach S 600. The exact dates of the premiere of the novelty are also unknown. However, before 2020, the sedan’s debut is unlikely to take place.
Rolls-Royce Ghost was first introduced in March 2009 at the Geneva Motor Show. At the time of its inception, this car was the most powerful model ever produced by Rolls-Royce until the Rolls-Royce Wraith model appeared in 2013.
In 2014, Rolls-Royce Ghost has undergone a restyling. The changes are minor: the Rolls-Royce Ghost bumper has been updated, the size of headlights has changed a little. Also after the upgrade, the car received LED daytime running lights.
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