New Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended: The Most Technologically Advanced Rolls-Royce Yet

New Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended: The Most Technologically Advanced Rolls-Royce Yet

Champagne fridge, air filtration system, more rear legroom, electrical doors, and more luxury with the new Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended

The new Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended offers the indulgence of enhanced rear seating space with no compromise to Ghost’s driving dynamics. This luxury car is the result of extensive consultations with a new generation of Rolls-Royce clients involving a high-profile group of entrepreneurs. They have expressed the desire for a chauffeur-driven business tool for the week that can transform into a serenity comfortable and dynamic self-driven saloon at the weekend.

Ghost Extended is The Most Technologically Advanced Rolls-Royce Ever Created

The car is built on rigid aluminium Rolls-Royce space frame architecture, using an all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering for unprecedented poise and sure-footedness. World-first Planar suspension system significantly increases agility and effortlessness.

For Ghost Extended’s customers, a WiFi hotspot and the latest infotainment systems is essential for use during the business day.

There are numerous other technological functions that create a serene environment. Ghost is equipped with a Micro-Environment Purification System (MEPS) that enhances the existing air filtration systems and automatically activating fresh air intakes into Recirculation Mode.

Safety enhancements include pedestrian warning, alertness assistant, a four-camera system with panoramic view, all-around visibility and helicopter view, active cruise control, collision warning, cross-traffic warning, land change warning, and more. There's even a self-park function!

Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Engine

Equipped with a hallmark 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine developed exclusively for Ghost, the car delivers 571PS and 850nm of torque. The requirement for silence when travelling is answered through 100 kg of acoustic damping materials incorporated into the chassis, bodywork and tyres, it delivers exhilarating performance without disturbing the serenity within.

Effortless Doors

Rolls-Royce clients have enjoyed self-closing doors since the first Goodwood Phantom. Operated by a button on the dashboard and on the C-pillar for motor cars with rear doors, this innovation has been celebrated among customers. For new Ghost, the marque's engineers elected to further develop this hallmark technology and, for the first time, clients can now also open the doors with power assistance.

Rear Suite Serenity

A comfortable rear seat akin to a business jet cabin environment? Yes, please! For the first time, a reclining serenity seat can be specified. Turn on the seat massager for a quick massage post-meeting while watching the latest show on your personal TV screen.

Once you get in, you'll notice the serene acoustic ambience within the interior suite with bespoke audio.

What’s more? The customised rear cabin brings you from business to leisure with a champagne fridge lodged between the rear seats. The fridge operates two cooling modes, chilling non-vintage champagne to 6 degrees and vintage champagne to 11 degrees - the optimum serving temperatures!

170mm More Space Than Ghost

Providing more rear legroom than any four-seat sedan car, the marque’s designers worked to cloak the extra length by only extending the rear door and body around the rear door apertures. Thus, there was no compromise made to Ghost’s pure, minimalist design.

The Starlight Headliner consists of 152 LEDs mounted above and beneath the fascia each meticulously colour matched to the cabin's clock and instrument dial lighting.

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