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Rolls-Royce Ghost Six Senses, Phantom Series II EWB revealed

The Rolls-Royce Ghost Six Senses concept has been unveiled at the 2012 Beijing motor show, revealing an ultra-luxury limousine designed to appeal to the conscious and subconscious of the world's most exclusive automobile customers. The famous BMW-owned British manufacturer says the lavish concept “encapsulates the richness of experience that comes standard with any Rolls-Royce and takes it to a new level of sensory indulgence”...

Rolls-Royce Ghost now even more exclusive

The Rolls-Royce Ghost is now available with a two-tone exterior paint option, ensuring owners of one of the world’s most exclusive cars can make their own vehicle just that little bit more unique. BMW-owned Rolls-Royce Motor Cars revealed the two-tone paint option at the 2012 Geneva motor show alongside the flagship Roll-Royce Phantom Series II, which benefits from a number of design and technology upgrades...

2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost EWB to arrive in March

The latest car in the Rolls-Royce line-up, the Ghost Extended Wheelbase (EWB), will arrive on our shores in just a few months' time. Speaking with CarAdvice today, Rolls-Royce Asia Pacific's spokesperson, Hal Serudin, confirmed the Ghost EWB's timing. "We are pleased to announce that the Ghost Extended Wheelbase will launch in Australia in March of 2012," said Mr Serudin...

Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Wheelbase to hit Australian shores in 2012

Rolls-Royce quietly released its Ghost Extended Wheelbase at the Shanghai Auto Show a couple of weeks ago, making it the sixth new Rolls-Royce model in the lineup. As a built-to-order car, the Ghost Extended Wheelbase will go into full production next year and will hit Australian shores in the first quarter of 2012...

Rolls-Royce Ghost receives prestigious red dot design award

The Rolls-Royce Ghost has won this year's prestigious "red dot: best of the best" design award. The German-based award, one of the most important in the world for product design, recognises both groundbreaking design and unusually high quality in all manner of fields including machinery, cars, furniture and even home appliances...

Rolls-Royce Ghost Hybrid on the drawing board

Rolls-Royce is reportedly planning a hybrid version of its all-new Ghost sedan. The hybrid Ghost, itself based on BMW's 7 Series platform, will rely heavily on the parent company's hybrid drivetrain for motivation. That being the case Ghost Hybrid should retain its (420kW) 6.2-litre V12 engine, albeit mated to an electric motor, and eight-speed automatic transmission...

Rolls-Royce Ghost Australian reveal

We've seen it in photos, read about it and drooled over it - now the Rolls-Royce Ghost has finally made it to Australia. What you're looking at here is the fourth Ghost built on the dedicated Goodwood production line...

Rolls-Royce Ghost pricing announced

Rolls-Royce has confirmed to CarAdvice Australian pricing for its latest creation, the Ghost. With first customer cars to arrive in June next year, Rolls-Royce has set pricing at A$695,000 plus options. From the 24 expressions of interest so far, orders are being taken, and specifications will be locked in from November for an April build...

Rolls-Royce Ghost - full details

When Rolls-Royce handed over the full details of its latest masterpiece, the Ghost, to CarAdvice a few weeks ago, it's fair to say we were more than just a little impressed. With the global economic downturn in full swing while the Ghost project was still being finished, you could have understood if Rolls-Royce shelved the whole idea, originally code named RR4...

Rolls-Royce confirms Ghost figures

Rolls-Royce have today confirmed the headline performance figures for its upcoming Ghost model which is set to premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The Ghost will be powered by an all-new 6.6-litre, turbo-charged V12 engine unique to Rolls-Royce. Mated to an eight-speed ZF gearbox, the unit will produce 420kW -  that should see a 0-100km/h time of 4...

Baby Rolls-Royce officially named the Ghost

Rolls-Royce CEO, Tom Purves, has announced the official name for the brand's newest model at the Shanghai motor show, as the baby Rolls continues its showcase tour around the world. Over its short lifespan the new model has been known by many names, making its public debut as the 200EX in concept form, then as the RR4 in production trim - and now it has been given its official name, the Rolls Royce Ghost...