Even though it’s a BMW 7-Series underneath, Rolls Royce Ghost has been a successful model for the British brand. They’ve covered the BMW stuff with a thick veneer of Rolls Royce excellence, so it feels like a proper Roller. It is such a good recipe that they decided it shouldn’t be changed for the new modelyear.
So updates for the 2013 Ghost are pretty subtle, including some new speakers and amplifiers, with exciter speakers in the headliners, for a richer sound experience, and a new set of alloys you can order as optional extras.
Another major addition to the list of options for the 2013 Ghost is the Comfort Access, which is a system for opening the trunk hands-free. You approach the car with the keys in your pocket and simply move your foot underneath the center of the rear bumper. It’ll automatically open the trunk. Since the Ghost is the first Roller that is meant to be driven, not being driven in, this sounds like a convenient option.
As before, there are almost endless combination of colors and materials by which you can customize your Ghost. Ask for a Bespoke consultant, and he or she will tell you all about it. The engine in the 2013 Ghost is the same 6.6 liter bi-turbo BMW V12 unit, developing 560 horsepower.