Rolls-Royce completes tests of updated Ghost sedan

Rolls-Royce completes tests of updated Ghost sedan

February 4, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Journalists came across a prototype of the updated British Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan, which was probably the final stage of testing. Presentation of new car is scheduled for this summer.

At the disposal of our publication were “spy” photos of the luxury British sedan Rolls-Royce Ghost. The prototype of the car is still covered with a large amount of camouflage film, but upon careful examination of the pictures, you will notice that the novelty received all the elements of its exterior that will be on the production version of Rolls-Royce Ghost. Most likely this is the final stage of testing. At the disposal of our publication were “spy” photos of the luxury British sedan Rolls-Royce Ghost. The prototype of the car is still covered with a large amount of camouflage film, but upon careful examination of the pictures, you will notice that the novelty received all the elements of its exterior that will be on the production version of Rolls-Royce Ghost. Most likely this is the final stage of testing.

The overall design of the machine is similar to the existing one, however, a bit softer lines appeared in appearance. The false radiator grille has become larger in size, which is nowadays natural for BMW Group models. There are also narrow LED headlights. The air intake hole, which is located at the bottom of the front bumper, covers the entire width of the car, and in its center there is a large sensor necessary for the operation of some kind of safety / driver assistance system.

 In profile, the prototype seen is also similar to the current version of the Ghost sedan and this is not at all surprising. The windshield looks a little cooler – its inclination has increased, the same applies to the central pillar. This creates a smoother profile for the new model.

 The disguise that is present on the back of the car does not allow us to look at the taillights. We can only notice that two trapezoidal tailpipes of the exhaust system.

 The interior of the new Ghost has a digital dashboard with decorative chrome rings, and a steering wheel with buttons. At the top of the center console is a large screen infotainment system. There are also many metallized switches.

 The new Ghost is built on the same platform on which the Cullinan crossover is based. The composition of the motor range for the sedan remains unknown. Rumor has it that there is an electric version of the model.