The 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost is a RWD full-size luxury sedan powered by a direct injected V12 engine that produces 563 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque. Pairing the V12 engine with an 8-speed automatic transmission enables the Ghost to achieve an EPA estimated 13 mpg city and 20 mpg highway, for a combined 15 mpg. Features and options include suicide doors, full-grain leather, wood veneer finishing, 20-inch alloy wheels, an infrared camera that grants the driver night vision, a head up display, navigation system, active cruise control and lane departure warning. The Ghost is backed by a 4-year/unlimited mile warranty.Read more Read less
The all-new Rolls-Royce Ghost is a full 17 inches shorter than the well-known Phantom, and was built for the owner to drive, rather than a chauffeur. It's still a big car though, at about five feet tall and over 6,000 pounds. The V12 engine under the stately hood is still powerful enough to propel the car from 0-60 mph in a little under 5 seconds. Rolls-Royce is known for luxury, and the Ghost is no different. The leather upholstery is up to the same high standards that Rolls has held for decades, while twenty-first-century gadgets have found a home in the dash, such as night vision and a heads-up display. The Ghost's options list is only as limited as a buyer's budget.
The ultimate in luxury; built for drivers rather than rear-seat passengers; smaller and less expensive than the Phantom
The Ghost comes in at about $150,000 less than the Phantom, making its $245,000 base price a relative bargain. A 6-figure price tag like that, though, buys a century's worth of prestige and exclusivity, not to mention some of the finest in automotive luxury and the latest technology.