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News Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Grows By 6.7 Inches

Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Grows By 6.7 Inches

Rolls-Royce responds to and indulges its customers by extending the Ghost


  • Rear seat occupants treated even more like royalty.

  • Driving dynamics are unaffected by the extra length.


Rolls-Royce has always known how to please its global and well-off customer base. No matter what vehicle they painstakingly design, develop and build, they are always willing to take it one step further by delivering on requests. This is how the Ghost Extended came to be.

The all-new Rolls-Royce Ghost was revealed less than a month ago complete with a twin-turbocharged 6.75-litre V12, 563 horsepower, AWD, and all-wheel steering. Already, this new Ghost is longer and wider than the car it replaces however this wasn’t enough for RR’s customers.

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended | Photo: Rolls-Royce

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars said: “The New Ghost is the result of in-depth dialogue with Rolls-Royce’s diverse and global customer base. Many of them asked the marque to create a motor car that provides the indulgence of enhanced rear space within the interior suite with no compromise to driving dynamics. Ghost Extended answers this customer demand by creating a product that augments both their business and lifestyle requirements.”

The new Ghost Extended offers 170mm (6.7 inches) more interior room than the regular Ghost for extra legroom. To partially mask the extra length, Rolls-Royce has extended the rear door and body around the rear door apertures only. Thanks to the extra room, the car can be fitted with a reclining Serenity Seat, and to celebrate the new car, it also features a Champagne fridge between the rear seats.

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended | Photo: Rolls-Royce

The first customer deliveries of the Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended will occur in the fourth quarter of 2020.

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended | Photo: Rolls-Royce

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended | Photo: Rolls-Royce

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended | Photo: Rolls-Royce

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended | Photo: Rolls-Royce

 

 

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