Rolls-Royce unveils new teaser for 2021 GhostAugust 4, 2020
The press service of the British brand has published a new teaser for the updated version of the executive sedan Ghost. It is reported that the car will be “future-oriented” and receive minimal aesthetic changes. The debut of new items is expected in the coming months.
A couple of minutes ago, the British company published a new teaser for the Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan. The video is titled “What the Ghost Sedan Taught Rolls-Royce”. It talks about what the company has learned from the experience of operating the previous generation sedan by its owners in different parts of the world. The car became the best-selling car of the brand in its entire 116-year history.
As part of the video, the company explains that in the US, Ghost owners want to sit directly behind the wheel of an executive sedan, rather than ride in the back seat.
It is noteworthy that even those who ordered a version of the model with an increased wheelbase think so. Rather than the owners enjoying the extra space, they let their family and friends sit in the back.
In Asia, the situation is as follows. Owners of Rolls-Royce Ghost cars prefer to be in the back seat and driven by a chauffeur while they enjoy the comfort and all the technology that the car has. According to Rolls-Royce, the new Ghost will be “future-oriented but minimally aesthetic, a true car of its day.”
Talking about the car in an open letter to the brand’s customers and the media, Rolls-Royce CEO Thorsten Müller-Otvos said: “The Rolls-Royce Ghost is the purest expression of Rolls-Royce itself, it embodies the core values of the company in a beautiful, minimalist, and yet at the same time, a very complex product that fully meets the needs of our customers, I believe, ideally matches the times in which we all live. “
The new Rolls-Royce Ghost is expected to have the same aluminum platform as the Phantom model and will likely be powered by a 6.75-liter Twin-Turbo V12 with 563 hp. (900 Nm). The novelty will be presented in the coming months.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Rolls-Royce patented a non-standard coupe. The Brazilian patent office published images of the new Rolls-Royce, which differs from all other models of the British brand.
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