New Rolls-Royce Ghost revealed in Doha
October 16 2020 10:18 PM
The new Ghost is described the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce.
The new Ghost is described the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce. PICTURES: Shemeer Rasheed

The new Rolls-Royce Ghost, the latest addition to the marque’s collection of the most refined vehicles in the world, was officially revealed in Qatar by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Doha.
As the city’s motoring cognoscenti gathered at Eiwan Al Gassar Gallery, within the parameters of the social distancing rules and regulations, the new Ghost captured both the attention and imagination of all in attendance.
 

The Ghost Extended offers 170mm more space than the Ghost
 

A suite of enhancements to the rear of the cabin reflects the Ghost Extended’s flexibility
 

The new Ghost is built on rigid aluminium Rolls-Royce spaceframe architecture

Welcoming guests was Nasr Jairoudi, general manager of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Doha who upon the cars reveal commented: “Succeeding the most successful product in the marque’s 116-year history, the new Ghost is the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce yet, reflecting ‘Post Opulent’ design philosophy, and rejecting superficial expressions of wealth. It is a masterpiece of craftsmanship; as it whispers its qualities; it doesn’t shout. We are delighted to reveal new Ghost here in Doha to our clients.”
 

St Regis Doha showcases a 1925 Rolls-Royce model
 

A 1963 Rolls-Royce model on display at St Regis Doha

"This beautiful minimalist and highly complex monolithic sculpture is in perfect harmony with Ghost clients’ needs and perfectly in tune with the times," he added.
The new Ghost is built on rigid aluminium Rolls-Royce spaceframe architecture, allowing designers and engineers to incorporate more technology such as all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering for unprecedented poise and surefootedness.
The new Ghost incorporates a world first Planar suspension system significantly increasing agility and effortlessness and is equipped with hallmark 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine, delivering 571PS and 850nm.
The doors now electrically open as well as close and the interior components are tuned to specific resonant frequency to create a sense of serenity. The down lit Pantheon grille discreetly illuminates the Rolls-Royce iconography and the illuminated Fascia debuts featuring Ghost nameplate surrounded by more than 850 stars.

Last updated: October 16 2020 10:21 PM


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