The new Baby Rolls or the Ghost as BMW decided to call it, is going through the final testing stages. Scheduled to be released in the Fall, the Rolls Royce Ghost was spotted again by the photographers wearing an interesting camouflage.
For those of you that might have missed our multiple articles on the new Rolls Royce, it is worth repeating some of the things we have learned so far: the new Rolls which is built atop the most recent BMW 7 series platform and it will be manufactured at the Goodwood plant where Rolls Royce has already added more shifts and extended the working hours and workforce increase will help overcoming any shortage in production.
The Ghost will be built on its own dedicated line, but it will share some interior and exterior materials with the Phantom and Drophead Coupe.
As far as the exterior design, RR Ghost has a very modern and round corners giving the impression of a smaller and sportier luxury vehicle when compared to its predecessors.
Rolls Royce Ghost measures 212.6 inches long, 83 inches wide and 61 inches tall, all of this sitting on seven-spoke 20 inch wheels wrapped in 285/40 and 255/45 tires. The engine used in the new “baby Rolls” is an all-new 6.6-liter V12 rumored to produce more than 500 horsepower.
The first models have already been sold out and the first customer will be able to pick up the first Ghost in September.