Rolls-Royce’s upcoming 2010 Ghost has once again been spotted undergoing testing ahead of its official unveiling at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Rolls-Royce's 2010 Ghost has once again been spied undergoing testing ahead of its official unveiling at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Looking virtually identical to the 200EX concept that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, this particular test mule is sporting less camouflage which allows us to see the production front end, door handles and rear taillights.
While it many look a Phantom, the Rolls-Royce Ghost actually has more in common with BMW's 750Li. The Ghost features an all-new 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine with 400 kW (544 hp) and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque, as well as its eight-speed ZF automatic transmission. Despite being Roll-Royce's entry level model, the Ghost comes in at massive 5399mm (212.6 inches) in length, 3295mm (129.7 inches) in wheelbase, 1948mm (76.7 inches) in width, and 1550mm (61 inches) in height.
Scheduled to go into production by the end of the year, the Ghost is expected to carry a base price of around £180,000 (US$257,000).