Rolls-Royce is prepping a small face lift for its Ghost sedan and we now have some new spy tries of a model for the updated car. It is expected to go on sale in the middle of following year, as a 2015 version.
Provided the lengthy life-span of your common Rolls-Royce, it’s not uncommon to see regular yet small updates carried out. Actually, the Ghost, first introduced in 2010, received some updates and a small price walk only a year ago and now it looks like it’s in establishment for more changes.
This time about, designers are contributing some tweaks to the exterior. There will be changes to the inner structure of the fronts lights and parts of the bumpers, as evidenced by the camouflage equipment at the front and rear sections of the models. The go below, which shows the model for the 2015 Ghost beside the present version (in brownish), exposes the refined differences.
Inside, try to find some new trim components and alternatives borrowed from the sportier Rolls-Royce Wraith. There need to additionally be some upgraded infotainment modern technology, like that being presented around the BMW lineup.
2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Engine features
When it comes to the equipment, do not anticipate several changes to the alreadying existing Ghost’s twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V-12, which rates at 563 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque. One likely possibility is the addition of the Wraith’s Satellite Aided Transmission, which uses satellite information to anticipate road conditions in advance pre-select the correct gear of the automobile’s ZF eight-speed transmission for the terrain– properly changing smartly based upon topological, plan, and various other essential information.
Remain tuned for updates as development advances, and search for a reveal of the 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost early next year, possibly at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in March.