Rolls-Royce has prepared a minor makeover for the Ghost entitled "Series II" and it's currently being displayed in Geneva.

Rolls-Royce has prepared a minor makeover for the Ghost entitled "Series II" and it's currently being displayed in Geneva.

The British super-luxury marque has applied modest exterior changes on the Ghost which has gained redesigned LED headlights with daytime running lights along with different hood surface and bumpers to provide a sense of extra width and height.

For the interior there are updated seats with improved electronic adjustment and more heating options. Also revised is the Ghost's navigation system with a 10.25-inch display and a touchpad as well as onboard Wi-Fi and satellite-aided transmission (SAT) introduced in 2013 in the Wraith. Customers can optionally configure the Ghost Series II with a Bespoke Audio system and two new wood veneers.

There aren't any changes in the engine department as the Ghost continues to have a V12 6.6-liter turbocharged engine with 563 bhp (420 kW) and 575 lb-ft (780 Nm) of torque. Rolls-Royce does say they have made some updates to improve the car's rear stability and driver feedback, as well as ride quality and cornering abilities.

Gallery: Rolls Royce Ghost Series II unveiled in Geneva with minor updates [videos]