Latest photos provide first glimpse at the next-generation sedan's interior, which seems to be a gentle evolution of the brand's design philosophy.
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The next-generation Rolls-Royce Ghost has been photographed again by our spy agency, but this time around they managed to snag pictures of the car's interior.

From what we can see, the overall design doesn't stray far from the stately design theme laid out by the Phantom and Cullinan with leather, wood, shiny metal and large round vents in abundance.

The dashboard includes a widescreen display, possibly a touchscreen unit running a reskinned version of BMW's infotainment software.

Rolls-Royce's embrace of the latest in-car technology means the analogue clock face sits on the passenger's side of the dashboard. Ahead of the driver is an instrumentation panel with three chromed rings, which possibly house high resolution displays.

On the outside, the latest Ghost prototype seems to be wearing the same quantity of camouflage as the vehicle spotted undergoing cold weather testing in February.

Reverse-hinged rear doors should make entry and exit from the rear seats easy, while the overall shape is significantly rounder and sportier than its larger and more expensive relatives.

The new Ghost is expected to ride on the same aluminium-intensive architecture used by the Cullinan crossover and latest Phantom.

We don't know what is lying under the Ghost's long bonnet, but it seems likely the car will debut with a version of the Phantom's 420kW/900Nm 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine.