Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II reaches domestic shores

 Rolls-Royce Ghost II front fascia Rolls-Royce Malaysia today announced the Ghost Series II for the domestic Luxury Automobile market. The Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II was previewed to the Asian market at the recent Chengdu Motor Show in August. Ghost’s Series II is a complete step-up from the Ghost Series I of 2009.

The Ghost Series II delivers the latest industry-leading technology from Rolls-Royce clad in a subtle re-design. Protecting the popularity of Ghost’s iconic design whilst delivering the latest Rolls-Royce technology to its exacting customers, the subtle re-design of Ghost Series II begins at the front, with the re-sculpted LED headlights and DRLs, as well as the revised surface treatments. Then, there’s the tapered ‘wake channel’ on the bonnet and the new bumpers, with the addition of chrome inserts to the front intakes. The side and rear profiles remain largely intact from the Series I, except for the famous Waft line, which has been re-designed to emphasize the car’s dynamism.

In dimensions, the Ghost Series II is 5,399 mm in length, 1,948 mm wide and stands proudly at 1,550 mm, with a wheelbase extending 3,295mm.

Rolls-Royce Ghost, front 3/4 view Rolls-Royce Ghost, rear view

The extreme luxury is carried on to the inside of the Rolls-Royce Ghost II, with a defining combination of ultimate luxury and technology. Ghost Series II’s onboard technology ensures it is an oasis of calm in a busy, connected world. Its suite of technologies ensures that both business and leisure time in the car are a super-luxurious effortless experience. Some of the many new and updated features for the Ghost II include re-designed front seats with adjustable thigh support and depth, slightly re-angled rear seats, full grain leather, matt chrome centers with 3D surrounds and polish metal chaplets for the clock and instrument dials,  on-board Wi-Fi, SAT, Navigation, an updated car/user interface, and the optional Bespoke Audio system. Options include natural grain leather extension to the A and C pillars and two new Bespoke veneer customizations; Paldao and Walnut Burr Crossband.

Rolls-Royce Ghost II interior overview Rolls-Royce Ghost II hood

In the powerplant department, the Ghost II should share the similar platform as its predecessor. But for reference, the Ghost II has a V12 Direct Injection powerplant that pumps 563 bhp at 5,250 rpm, with a massive torque of 780 Nm at 1,500 rpm. An electronically-limited top speed for the Ghost II shows 250 km/h, while a century sprint is accomplished in just 4.9 seconds.

The Ghost Series II is one of the most popular variants in the Rolls-Royce’s line-up throughout the world. Definite price tag runs at 200,000+ Euros, while the Malaysian price tag is bound to reach over RM 2 million, if not more.

As part of its fifth anniversary celebrations, Rolls-Royce Malaysia under Quill Motor Cars is organizing the Drive the Icon limited time campaign for the public. Expect to get up, close and personal with the Ghost II and various Rolls-Royce variants such as; the Phantom Standard Wheelbase, Phantom Extended Wheelbase, Phantom Coupé, Phantom Drophead Coupé, Ghost Standard Wheelbase, Ghost Extended Wheelbase and Wraith, at its Bukit Lanjan, Damansara exclusive showroom from 5 – 14 December; 10 a.m. till 6 p.m.

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