Rolls-Royce Ghost went to final testsAugust 4, 2020
On the Stelvio Pass in Italy, photo spies spotted Ghost’s younger brother, who was being tested.
Rolls-Royce is preparing a new Ghost, the official premiere of which is just around the corner. The British brand itself announced the arrival of the new Ghost within a few weeks and has already shown the car in the illustration. Thanks to the autoweek.nl photo spy, we can get a closer look at the still well-disguised Ghost.
Especially noticeable is the big headlights on the Ghost, which appear to be slightly higher. It is impossible not to notice the large opening in the front bumper, slightly updated from the current model. At the back, despite the heavy camouflage layer, everything looks pretty familiar. The new Ghost seems a little more attractive and less brutal than it is now.
Although no significant changes were found, there are still more of them than can be seen at first glance. At the end of the day, the new Ghost no longer uses a modified BMW 7 Series base, but rather rides on a simplified version of the Phantom platform with a shorter wheelbase. However, this does not mean that the Ghost will completely deviate from the top model of the parent company BMW on the technical side. According to preliminary information, the 6.6-liter V12 from Bavaria will still be used by Rolls-Royce.
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