The next generation of sedan at the entry level from Rolls Royce will be a sportier version of the more brutal Cullinan and Phantom from the company. This latest version of the Rolls-Royce Ghost was spotted again, while its performance in cold weather was being tested in Sweden. This vehicle prototype was also camouflaged like the prototype photographed at the back of a flat bed type truck in between a couple of BMW cars at the end of January. In this case the wagons are not blocking the view, so both the rear and front part of the sedan were more clearly visible.
The latest version of the Ghost has retained the waterfall grille which is a feature of Rolls-Royce cars. Like the latest version of Phantom, the headlights are provided in a thin set. The rear doors attached to the sides are reverse-hinged, and are fairly small. Like other cars from Rolls-Royce, the D-pillars are large enough so that customers seated in the rear have enough privacy. The deck and windscreen at the rear are raked to produce a sporty look. A more elegant vehicle shape, corners which are rounded, and detailing which is not harsh will make the vehicle look more attractive. Yet below the redesigned exteriors, the architecture of the latest Ghost version will use aluminum extensively like the latest Cullinan and Phantom cars.
Though the engine for the new model of Ghost is not specified, experts believe that it will be similar to the Phantom’s twin turbo type V12 engine of 6.75 litre capacity and rated at 420kW/900Nm. Like the latest Phantom, the Ghost will also be based on the common platform for Rolls-Royce vehicles.The Ghost is likely to offer the all wheel drive as an option, and have the same V12 engine as the Cullinan and Phantom. Though there are rumors of an electric version of the Ghost, they are not yet confirmed. Since the new architecture is adopted, the Ghost will have the safety and other convenient design features of the more expensive Rolls-Royce vehicles. The second generation of the Rolls-Royce Ghost is expected to be announced at a major automotive show as the 2021 Ghost model.