Like a silhouette emerging from the dark, the ultra-luxury sedan made its debut back in April of 2009 and was christened the name 'Ghost' in honor of the Silver Ghost, a car that was produced in 1906. The Ghost was Designed as a smaller, "more measured and realistic" car that opened the gates for a new clientele segment to get their hands on a Rolls. This stunning example is located in Florida, with just 24k miles on the road and a few tasteful modifications. Original retail on a car like this was $340,600.
This 2018 Rolls Royce Ghost is cloaked in 'English White' and has been given a chrome delete, color-matching all exterior parts for a completely white finish. The front headlights integrate unbroken daytime running lights that frame the large front grille with the hood hosting the Rolls Royce iconic spirit of ecstasy, which too has been color matched. The rear end remains simplistic, except for a pair of aggressively-styled visible twin exhaust tailpipes. The car includes a set of 24-inch Avant-Garde Luxury wheels that are color-coordinated in English White to match the exterior. The interior's primary color is black, including a piano black dashboard that plays host to a head-up display. The black door panels feature extended leather and convenience door pocket lighting, black front ventilated seats that include contrast seashell stitching, and the RR monogram on all headrests. The mono interior environment has a panoramic glass roof and a custom black cashmere starlight headliner, lounge seats with picnic tables, and lambswool floor mats. Extra options include high-beam assistance, lane departure warning, connected drive services, black boot trim, A JL Audio custom sound system, and a side and a rearview camera with top view.
The engine under the hood of this 2018 Rolls Royce Ghost is a massive 402 cubic inch 6.6L twin-turbo V-12, giving you 540 crisp horses that are unleashed via an 8-speed automatic transmission. The result is a 0-60mph time of under four and a half seconds.