NEXT STAGE: Addition in 2022
The second-generation Ghost went on sale last December. In a pivot from the previous Ghost, which was rear-wheel drive, the sedan now features all-wheel drive as well as all-wheel steering. It shares the Architecture of Luxury platform with the Cullinan and Phantom. The Ghost is powered by a 6.75-liter V-12 engine that delivers 563 hp.
A long-wheelbase model, under the Ghost Extended name, increases the vehicle's length by 7 inches to 225 inches.
That vehicle is available primarily through special order. A variant from Rolls-Royce's engineering and performance subbrand, Black Badge, will arrive by the first quarter of next year.
The Ghost should see a freshen around 2026.
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