Rolls Royce Ghost

The Ghost (Rolls Royce) its 6.6-liter V12 generates a 575 lb-ft of torque at 1,500 rpm, along with 563 horsepower in U.S. trim. The 212.6-inch body stretches over a 129.7 inch long wheelbase, and the whole car weighs in at 5,445 pounds unloaded.

There is no question in the styling, which is unchanged from the 200EX concept. Usually, the Ghost retains the Phantom-style coach doors with built-in umbrellas. Inside, the Ghost carries over additional Phantom quirks, such as the “Power Reserve” gauge the driver gets in lieu of a traditional tachometer.

Aside from that, this is clearly more of a driver’s car than the Phantom, whose opulent backseat accommodations show that it’s more about being driven in. The Ghost’s steering wheel is much smaller in diameter and has a thicker rim than its big brother, and the seats appear to have more contouring for lateral support, as well.

The base price is between €200,000 and €300,000.

2011 Rolls-Royce Ghost Specifications

Body
Wheelbase3295 / 129.7
Chassis
Brakes (Front)Ventilated discs / 410×36
Brakes (Rear)Ventilated discs / 402×30
Wheels (F)8.5J x 19 EH2
Wheels (R)8.5J x 19 EH2
Engine
Compression Ratio10.0
Bore X Stroke89.0 / 3.50 X 88.3 / 3.48

Engine & Transmission

Displacement cu in (cc):6592 cm3
Power bhp (kW) at RPM:563 / 420 (570) / 5250
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM:575 / 780 / 1500

Exterior

Length5399 / 212.6
Width1948 / 76.7
Height1550 / 61.0
Curb Weight2470 kg / 5445 lbs
Ground Clearance150
Performance
Acceleration (0-100 km/h)4.9
Acceleration 0-60 mph s:4.7
Drag Coefficient0.33 / 2.60 / 0.863
Emissions317