Back in August, Rolls Royce unveiled the Ghost, a beautiful car that displays their extended array of bespoke customizations. While the model was set to be sold in 2013, the company didn’t have to wait that long as it sold the ghost extended-wheelbase model that features a crystal “spirit of ecstasy,” at the supercar exhibition. The internet has been buzzing about exciting updates that Rolls Royce is introducing in this supercar. The new updates of the 2013 Rolls Royce Ghost will be inspired by the Ghost six senses concept that was revealed at the Beijing Motor show earlier this year. Some of the features include new natural grain leather, cross banded wood veneers, high-range speakers called “exciters,” and comfort access, allowing access to the trunk by just waving your foot under the rear bumper the key is in the vicinity.
A new forged alloy wheelbase option is available as a special add-on option, along with 44,000 exterior paint options. The increase in gas-guzzler tax has gone up from $1,700 to $2,100; this partly contributes to the new price tag of $260,750. While most Rolls Royce buyers are not particularly bothered by fuel efficiency, the upgraded 2013 Rolls Royce Ghost will return 13 miles per gallon in the city and 21 miles per gallon on the highway.