Rolls-Royce Ghost

Rolls-Royce's new 'baby' caught undisguised in Munich

Commonly referred to as the 'baby' Rolls-Royce, the 2010 Ghost is actually a massive car as it measures 5399mm in length, 3295mm in wheelbase, 1948mm  in width, and 1550 mm in height. We have now caught it completely undisguised in Munich.

Power comes from a new 6.6-litre turbocharged V12 engine with more than 500 hp. The engine is connected to an eight-speed ZF gearbox which was tuned to deliver unparalleled shift comfort and responsiveness. In order to keep this beast under control, Rolls-Royce has equipped the Ghost with an advanced air suspension system that offers dynamic handling while preserving a luxurious ride quality.

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The Ghost will be officially unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, with production beginning shortly thereafter.

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