In Our Showroom The New Rolls Royce Ghost For Sale

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Diamond Black with Seashell Leather, Adaptive headlights, Tracker, Television Tuner, USB and Smart Phone Interface, Picnic Tables, Silver Satin Bonnet Finish, 20 Alloy Wheels, Extend Leather, Piano Black Wood,

Chromed Visible Exhausts, Driver Assistance Package 1 with High Beam Assistance, Lane Departure Warning,

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If you are seeking a Rolls Royce Ghost, you understand the value of simplicity, backed by solid, robust technology and many years of engineering excellence. The Rolls Royce Ghost is unpretentious. It is elegant, but in a minimalistic manner. It is stylish, but in a reserved way.

It is simplicity in its purest form. It has no need to boast or proclaim its dominance. It simply is one of the finest motor cars you will find anywhere, offering a driving experience to surpass anything you may previously have felt was sublime.

A quick tour through the inside of the Rolls Royce Ghost.

Inside this luxury car you are greeted with a simply sumptuous layout. This is a luxury vehicle and the interior certainly indulges you in as many of the nicer things in driving comfort as it can. The magnificent hand stitched leatherwork is impossible to ignore.

Each Rolls Royce Ghost has a total of nine hides, all from the same batch, that make up the seating leather.

There is total consistency of colour throughout every inch of the soft leather, and as you stretch out in the spacious rear compartment, you can fully appreciate that it takes a full two weeks to prepare and complete all the leatherwork for this car. The leather is also available in an array of colours that range from Black to Seashell, with Fleet Blue, Consort Red and Pine Green in between.

Like cars of old, the Rolls Royce Ghost has lots of wood in its interior. From the rich darkness of Piano Black, to the vibrant yellow of Elm Cluster, there is a wood veneer colour and texture to suit every taste. If you like a wood veneer that is darkish, but swirly, then perhaps Walnut Burr is for you. If you prefer a light brown, almost green, veneer with vertical grain stripes, then Malabar is the one to choose.

If you want a dark reddish brown veneer with tightly packed, striped grain features, then go for the Dark Wenge.

This is a car built to be driven. The leg room for front passenger and driver is a generous 1.06 metres, with 1.03 metres of headroom. If you prefer to be driven, then for passengers in the rear compartment the legroom increases to 1.075 metres, with a slightly lowered headroom space of .99 metres.

Technology dominates the interior of this car. Like the head up display common to fighter aircraft, this car also features a head up display that provides information about your speed and the directions to take. It gets even better at night too, as the Night Vision System then comes into play.

This feature stays behind a veneer panel through the day, but is available at night. The small infrared camera in the grille can detect the heat emanating from the body of a person or an animal at up to 300 metres. This is especially useful in unlit country road conditions, and it will give you plenty of time to slow and pass safely.

Cruise control is now common on many cars, but it is usually a feature that simply maintains the car’s speed at a predetermined velocity. In the Rolls Royce Ghost the cruise control is much more intelligent. It will detect cars in front, and if you get too close it will slow the car down and stop if necessary.

As soon as it is safe to do so, the car will start off again, speeding up to its set speed once again.

When you seek a Ghost for sale, you are finally in total command of your own destiny.

A look around the outside of the Rolls Royce Ghost.

Andreas Thurner is the exterior designer of this magnificent car. He is quoted as saying, …it looks natural, not styled. It’s easy to see what he means, and yet, the design didn’t just happen. It was styled to look natural, and in that respect, it succeeded wonderfully. The presence of this car is one of muted power.

This is a design that suggests a latency of energy, strength and vigor in a subdued, yet fully alive, manner. The overall result of this car is a blend of German technological perfection, and English craftsmanship. The spaceframe body is German, though its subtle and gentle looks seem more English in a way.

The Rolls Royce Ghost is available in 12 standard colours. They range from Diamond Black to English White, with shades such as Metropolitan Blue, Midnight Sapphire, Ensign Red and Sea Green in between. The standard feature of the silver satin bonnet of this car is certainly eye-catching, and perhaps a bit ostentatious at first glance, but it soon settles down in your mind and soon becomes perfectly acceptable and obvious.

Looking from the front, the narrow Xenon headlamps give the car a kind of squinting appearance. The front looks more rounded than say, the Phantom, as does the rear, but this is not a fault – just an observation. This is a long car at 5.399 metres, but shorter than its big brother, the Phantom. It is 1.948 metres wide, and 1.55 metres high when unladen.

With an unladen weight of 2.435 kilograms, it’s not a lightweight car, and its solidity shows in its overall appearance.

Curiously, the rear doors on the Rolls Royce Ghost are rear-hinged, opening in the so-called suicide manner. This makes getting in and out of the car much easier and more sedate. These doors cannot be opened while the car is in motion, thanks to a safety electronic locking device that automatically prevents accidental opening once the car gets going. The front doors of the car are front-hinged and open normally. On the front of the bonnet there is the expected Rolls Royce ornament.

Because cars of this nature are often targeted by those jealous of their beauty, the little ornament retracts automatically into the bonnet when the car is parked.

One feature of this car that is really no more than a kind of show off thing is the fact that the centre cap of each wheel will always have the double R logo standing upright and easy to read whenever the car is parked. This is because the caps at the centre of the wheels can rotate independently. It’s actually a nice feature that gives the car a touch of perfection above other cars.

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