The next gen of Rolls Royce Ghost 2021 (spy photo)

Rolls Royce Ghost 2021


Before talking about the new Ghost, we want to remind you that the newest Rolls-Royce production cars that were unveiled were the Cullinan Black Badge.
Spy photos of a test version hidden under camouflage pave the way for the all-new Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021, with the long-wheelbase version of the LWB that first appears during the testing of the next generation.

As we mentioned at the outset, we are talking about the long wheel version of Ghost cars that have longer rear doors compared to the base model, which increases the length of the car and this increase is reflected in the seating area in the rear seats of this car intended to transport the rich on board.


Exterior The ghost 2021 will get a new design with a longer grille surrounded by slim LED headlights, and the holes under the headlights are likely to be daytime running lights. As for the side, it looks more sporty thanks to its curved roof towards the back, which includes test circular lamps, and is based on a wheelbase with a fully aluminum frame, which contributes to reducing its weight slightly and For the interior, the British manufacturer intends to modernize it by adding many new technologies to it with a dashboard that is largely inspired by the interior of the Phantom and SUV Cullinan, while maintaining the classic appearance. And black standards indicate that the meter screens will become fully digital along with a wide screen of the infotainment system.


Mechanically, it is expected that the new Rolls-Royce Ghost will share the same engine as the current Phantom 2020, which is a 6.75-liter V12 engine with a twin turbo that generates 563 hp (571 hp European PS) and 900 Nm of torque, connects with an automatic gear box of 9 speeds, and the possibility is that Rolls-Royce will provide a hybrid version of the Ghost system but nothing is certain.


Since last summer we know that the interior of the upcoming Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 will have a dashboard, steering wheel and other touches derived from the jewel, such as the most luxurious production SUV in the world.

The start of the Ghost model was from Rolls-Royce, owned by BMW in 2009, and this luxury English car got updates in 2014, and the second generation we are talking about in this news is expected to be launched next year.