The folks over at Vossen Wheels pimped out the Rolls Royce Ghost of the Jamaican-American famous artist Sean Kingston. Vossen Wheels provides the vehicle with 22 inch rims, blacked out and less bling-bling than one would expect.
On many cars the 22 inch wheels would just look out of place, but they fit tight and neat in the large wheel arches found on the Ghost.
The new Rolls which is built atop the BMW 7 series platform, it has a shorter wheelbase than the Phantom or Drophead Coupe, and has already proven to be a great seller for the Goodwood-based company. With 80% new customers buying the Ghost, the company is already looking at other variants of the popular entry-level Rolls.
Compared to the Phantom, with its attitude of the infinite superiority, the Ghost’s interior, while still luxurious, it certainly feels closer to the “regular people”. Ghost also offers a very exclusive interior design, unique within the brand.
Rolls Royce Ghost measures 212.6 inches long, 83 inches wide and 61 inches tall, all of this sitting on the factory standard 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 producing 507 horsepower.
The base price for the Rolls Royce Ghost starts at $300,000 and the catalog of options is one of the most extensive we have ever seen.