Rolls-Royce claims its latest Ghost is more simple and driver-focused than before. Does that feel right?
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Let there be Dawn. In Black.
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Is the baby Ghost still a proper Rolls-Royce?
It's the latest and greatest from Rolls-Royce. The Ghost Series II improves on the already impressive base it was built off. But, is it enough to keep this brand moving?
If ever a brand name stood for superlative quality, it would have to be Rolls-Royce. We’ve all heard it used in describing the best of the best, so much so that the name is has become a part of our everyday vernacular: the “Rolls-Royce of furniture” or the “Rolls-Royce of appliances”.