Rolls Royce Ghost Rent in Dubai
Rolls Royce Ghost Rent in Dubai a live with cutting-edge technology, Ghost is one of the most advanced cars ever built. The essence of simplicity with signature levels of luxury, Ghost and Ghost Extended Wheelbase forge a silent path of serenity with no ordinary power. Which leaves only one question: drive or be driven.
For those who desire sybaritic luxury and a spirited driving experience in the same ultra-pricey motorcar, the 2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost is your answer. The interior boasts sumptuous leather seating and handsomely crafted wood veneers. A 6.6-liter V-12 engine runs near-silently under the Ghost’s long bonnet and provides effortless acceleration—just don’t expect sharp handling to match. The Ghost’s suspension is tuned for comfort and its driving demeanor doesn’t try to be anything but plush. We’ve already spied the all-new 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost undergoing testing and expect the production model to bow before the end of 2020.
Extraordinary may be a high standard to set. But, in the case of Ghost, it is merely the benchmark. Advanced engineering and a host of hidden technologies make Ghost modern and dynamic. And its endless surge of power and whisper-quiet ride set it streets apart from other motor cars.
Every detail is precisely engineered for an effortless driving experience: one that becomes intuitive as technology delivers more intelligence than ever before. But Ghost is about more than what lies beneath the bonnet.
The design at the front brings poise and verve, while the luxurious interior – with soft, supple leather and indulgent lambswool floor mats – cossets you from the outside world. Ordering a Ghost—or any Rolls-Royce for that matter—is a deeply personal thing and a plethora of personalization options await you. We would recommend springing for the Extended Wheelbase model, though. After all, what’s a Rolls-Royce without acres of legroom?
Uncompromising, never ordinary, Ghost and Ghost Extended Wheelbase offer an effortless and immersive experience. Other than a new dark-brushed metal finish option for the Ghost’s interior dashboard trim, it carries over unchanged from the 2019 model. Since 2020 will be the final model year before a full redesign, Rolls-Royce is sending the Ghost off with a limited production Zenith model.
Although it’s undergone a massive overhaul for 2021, the Rolls Royce Ghost Rent in Dubai is still powered by a familiar engine. Under the sedan’s long hood is a 563-hp 6.7-liter V-12 that is shared with the Cullinan SUV. An eight-speed automatic handles shifting duties, and all-wheel drive is standard. According to Rolls-Royce, the 2021 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 new Ghost offers a sharper driving demeanor than the last model, pointing to the 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 that employs a road-scanning camera to help the vehicle anticipate and compensate for potholes.
EPA fuel economy ratings for the Ghost aren’t great—but really, what 12-cylinder doesn’t guzzle gas? While shuttling around town, your driver should expect about 12 mpg. Taking a long-distance highway drive should net around 18 mpg. We haven’t taken the Ghost on our 200-mile highway fuel economy test, but if we do, we’ll update this story with results.
To enter the cavernous back seat on the Ghost Series II, have your personal assistant open the rear-hinged door. Available with a short or long wheelbase, the Series II provides generous spread-out space; one-percenters will be happy to know that they will be treated to some of the finest interior materials on the planet. The cabin can even be outfitted with a headliner that replicates a star-studded night sky, while two 9.2-inch screens complete the Ghost’s rear-seat theater system.
All Rolls Royce Ghost Rent in Dubai come with a large infotainment touchscreen in the front with navigation, but a dual-screen rear-seat entertainment system is an option that allows passengers to control the car’s radio, navigation, and other infotainment features remotely. An 18-speaker premium stereo system is also available to replace the car’s standard 16-speaker unit.
Neither the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) nor the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) have released crash-test data for the Ghost. But passengers can rest easy, since the head-up display and night-vision camera help ensure the driver is less distracted and more alert to anything that might go bump in the dark. Key safety features include:
- Standard forward collision warning
- Standard front and rear parking sensors
- Available adaptive cruise control and night-vision camera system
PERFORMANCE (C/D EST):
Zero to 60 mph: 4.7-4.8 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 13.0-13.1 sec
Top speed: 155 mph
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