2013 Rolls Royce Ghost unveiled

Along with the Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection model, Rolls Royce had a few other surprises rolled up their sleeves. The extended wheelbase Ghost along with bespoke customization was also unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to demonstrate the sophistication and class that the Bespoke department at Rolls Royce can come up with. With contrasting two-tone paint schemes, the Ghost revels in the magnificence of Carrara White over Mazarine Blue. This is offset by a Mandarin orange twin feature line and polished treadplates with Pebble Beach, and the Orange Poppy welcomes you once you open the door.

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The opulent individually ventilated rear seating comes with a massage feature and theater entertainment, and the seats feature hand-monogrammed headrests in the same Orange Poppy theme. This is the first time Rolls Royce has introduced a sunroof in the extended-wheelbase model, and many other technological enhancements completely pamper the driver and passengers. Leather is the weapon of choice, and the natural grain leather, which comes optional, covers the seats, upper and lower instrument panel, instrument panel sides, door trim, center armrest, and rear hat tray.
The car has some funky technological features like the Night Vision that will recognize a person and pretense the brakes in the event of sudden braking. You don’t even have to press a button to open the boot. A simple leg movement and Voila! Your boot is open. The best part is that the 2013 model has arrived in showrooms over the weekend, so we suggest you check it out with all the features it has to offer.

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