Rolls-Royce, the world renowned Britain based super luxury sports car maker, has unveiled its upcoming 2013 Ghost luxury saloon and announced that the small sister of Phantom could hit stores during the first half of 2013. The newly showcased car is believed to have been derived from the Ghost Six Senses Concept and possesses some major head turning interior attributes.
The 2013 Rolls-Royce Ghost can be easily considered an automobile engineering marvel and has several state-of-the-art and futuristic technological innovations. The luxury saloon comes trimmed with a mammoth of an engine, a V12 twin-turbo that churns close to 570 bhp of peak torque output. The beast concealed under-the-hood leaves no trace of any humming, vibration or sound inside the Ghost's interior cabin and all the enormous power is left for the road to bear.
Coming to the interior improvements, the 2013 Ghost super luxury sedan features rear seats that boast off more than 20 alignment modes, thereby giving a fair idea regarding what weight-age Rolls-Royce gives to comfort and convenience aspects of its products. Further, the British luxury marque offers a whopping 44,000 exterior options to choose from to its usually high-end clientele. Remarkably, Rolls-Royce has also offered an option of 'crocodile leather' to be utilised in interior upholstery of the Ghost.
One may wonder what lengths the top-of-the-line British luxury car maker could go towards ensuring unforeseen comfort and convenience innovations, besides mounting 'tank-like' engine under-the-hoods of its cars. Till now, Rolls-Royce has defied all the odds and keeps on producing coming-of-age top end products and making an enormous portion of the global car enthusiasts feeling shy of their limited purchasing capabilities.