Introducing the new 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended. The model has long-since been the gold standard of chauffeur-driven luxury and the latest V12-powered edition is no exception.
Rolls-Royce added even more rear-cabin leg room, the most in a four-seat sedan outside of the Phantom Extended in this year’s rendition. The design team focused on adding the extra length but not making it too obvious, hiding it by stretching the rear door and body around it while maintaining the traditional elegant lines of the automobile. The second-generation Ghost adds about seven inches more in comparison to the original version.
An updated champagne fridge was crafted with the help of a master sommelier as well per Acquire reporting. Rolls-Royce head Torsten Müller-Ötvös explained that the Ghost Extended was created for customers who preferred to be driven around during the week but wanted to take the wheel for rides during the weekend. The Extended still comes equipped with the 6.75-liter V12 of the traditional wheelbase model with the world’s most advanced suspension system guaranteeing a luxurious ride.
The 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended will start deliveries during the fourth quarter of 2020. The BMW-owned company has kept pricing details under wraps but estimates hover in the $350,000 USD range. That price comes before the bottles of champagne.
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