Rolls-Royce has been focusing on its first electric vehicle, the Spectre, so the Ghost carries over to 2024 without any significant changes to its design, features list, or powertrain. Rolls-Royce also built 25 special edition Ékleipsis models to celebrate October 14th’s solar eclipse. The car featured a unique version of the Ghost’s starlight headliner that was designed to pay homage to the celestial event and it also featured an artful dashboard trim surrounding a diamond timepiece.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
Ghost: $354,750
Ghost Extended Wheelbase: $402,250
Ghost Black Badge: $416,250

The Ghost is the entry-level Rolls, but what an entry. The list of standard and optional equipment is mesmerizing and long, and Rolls-Royce offers a seemingly endless list of additional features and customizations. The only question is how much you’re willing to spend. We’ll leave the decision-making to you, but we’d recommend the extended wheelbase model to maximize rear-seat legroom.

The Ghost is powered by a 563-hp 6.7-liter V-12 that is shared with the Cullinan SUV; Black Badge models get a boost in power to 592 hp. An eight-speed automatic handles shifting duties, and all-wheel drive is standard. According to Rolls-Royce, the Ghost is capable of hitting 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds, and we’re looking forward to verifying that claim at our test track. Rolls-Royce also boasts that the Ghost offers sharp handling, pointing to its all-wheel-steering system and 50/50 weight distribution as evidence that driving satisfaction played a significant role in the car’s development. The Ghost provides a peerless ride thanks to its standard adaptive suspension, which employs a road-scanning camera to help the vehicle anticipate and compensate for potholes. Of course.

The EPA estimates that the Ghost will return 12 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway. Once we get a chance, we’ll put the Ghost through our 75-mph highway fuel economy test and update this story with the results.

Like the cabin of any Rolls-Royce, the new Ghost’s is opulent, with every surface, knob, switch, and lever crafted from quality materials. Think thick carpet, finely grained leather, real wood and metal accents, and even an available headliner with tiny integrated LEDs to simulate a starlit sky. An illuminated dashboard inlay glows when the driver turns on the Ghost, adding to the starry night ambiance. Rear-seat passengers are treated to such luxuries as massaging seats, an entertainment system, and acres of legroom.

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