2015Rolls-RoyceGhost

Rolls-Royce Ghost

Rolls-Royce Director of Global Communications Richard Carter tells me that his storied employer is "a company that does not chase volume." In a perfect world, mused Carter, the carmaker would sell "one less" of its ultra-luxury vehicles than the fast-expanding world market demands. And, thanks...

- Reviewed by Seyth Miersma

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2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost
MSRP: $286,750 - $319,400
2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost
MSRP: $263,200 - $303,300
2013 Rolls-Royce Ghost
MSRP: $256,650 - $296,000
2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II [w/video]

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Rolls-Royce Director of Global Communications Richard Carter tells me that his storied employer is "a company that does not chase volume." In a perfect world, mused Carter, the carmaker would sell "one less" of its ultra-luxury vehicles than the fast-expanding world market demands.
Rolls-Royce sketching out SUV for possible 'late 2017' release

With each new story on the Rolls-Royce SUV, the Goodwood automaker comes off as more at ease with their reluctantly birthed yet necessary sport ute. Company design chief Giles Taylor told Autocar that his team is still "sketching to assess the viability of the concept," which to ours ears means they're trying to figure out if such a beast is even possible within the confines of the brand. If it is, Taylor says it will be "a shooting brake, not a crossover with a sloping roof. A proper SUV."
Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II rolls in with some subtle updates [w/video]

Downsizing is a relative term – especially when it comes to a Rolls-Royce. But that's just what the British luxury automaker did with the release of the Ghost in 2010. Sure, it's over seventeen and a half feet long (over eighteen in Extended Wheelbase form), but that's still shorter than the 19 feet the standard Phantom stretches, and that much shorter than the twenty-foot-long Phantom EWB.

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2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost
$175,999 / 32,319 miles / MD
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