Rolls-Royce reveals brand new Ghost in final teaserAugust 30, 2020
The press office of the British automaker has published another teaser for a completely new generation of the Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan. As part of this video, we are shown another interesting innovation. The presentation of the novelty will take place in a few days.
If you are not in the know, a completely new generation of the Rolls-Royce Ghost luxury sedan will be presented in a couple of days. Since the car was first officially announced in July this year, we’ve already seen several teasers of the next generation Ghost during August. Most of them were videos, which told about the main features of the novelty.
A couple of minutes ago, the press service of the automaker published another teaser – this time, the novelty was hidden under a cape made of translucent fabric.
However, in this latest teaser we are shown some of the innovations of the new Ghost.
Aside from the traditional Spirit of Ecstasy figurine, it looks like the front DRL headlights will be two rectangular “boxes” for each headlight group, which is different from the current layout. Also, we see the body shape of the novelty.
That’s pretty much the only thing we can learn from this teaser, but we do know a thing or two about the upcoming Ghost based on previous releases. First, the new Ghost will feature 152 LEDs on the dashboard, which seems like a new way to implement the popular starry sky headliner.
The new Ghost will also have 100 kg. sound absorbing materials, which is quite expected from a car in this price range. Finally, one of the first teasers revealed that the sedan will have an all-new suspension that will use cameras and GPS data.
As announced, the second generation Rolls-Royce Ghost is set to debut on September 1, 2020.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Rolls-Royce introduced new logos and corporate color. The British brand has revealed a new corporate logo, which is set in a new font and received different colors. According to the press release, the colors should convey a sense of “royalty and prosperity.”
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