Rolls Royce Ghost Price Tag?

What is the price tag of the new 2010 Rolls Royce Ghost car?
I've been huge fan of the Rolls Royce Ghost 2010 since the instant I laid eyes upon its beautiful, dual-toned exterior.

It was announced that the Ghost was the winner of the “red dot: best of the best” award for design.
The new Rolls which is built atop the BMW 7 series platform, it has a shorter wheelbase than the Phantom or Drophead Coupe.

The Rolls Royce Ghost has a very modern and round design giving the impression of a smaller and sportier luxury vehicle.
Any idea on the price tag?

asked by Nick in Car Makes | 4687 views | 04-18-2010 at 05:33 PM

The price tag of £195,840 means the Rolls Royce Ghost is definitely a purchase reserved for the select band of buyers who can afford it.

Rolls Royce are expensive cars with high price tags for expensive people, and the Ghost wasn’t created to make the Rolls Royce brand more accessible to the masses. The Rolls Royce Ghost will be purchased by those who can already afford a Phantom, but want a more practical car. But this is definitely not the car for someone who wants to go limo-racing.

There are also numerous options that buyers can choose to make their car more individual, so most cars usually cost in excess of £200,000. If you can afford a Rolls-Royce, running costs are unlikely to concern you much, but for the record the official fuel consumption is 20.9mpg and CO2 emissions are 317g/km, which means £405 road tax per annum.

The 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost marks the return of a two-car lineup for the famed English manufacturer. Part of the marque's revival under BMW's stewardship, the Ghost sedan joins the Phantom range, which debuted under the new Munich-based owners in 2003. The remarkably swift and blissfully understated Ghost heralds the rebirth of a daily drivable Rolls-Royce, a workaday business suit to the Phantom's automotive tuxedo.

The Rolls Royce Ghost features a 563 hp 6.6-liter V12 that throws out 575 lb-ft of torque. Despite its big, hefty RR body, the Ghost screeches to 60 mph in just 4.7 seconds.

Anyone who has been around these vehicles are of course aware that the Ghost is much more tailored to the driver and provides a much more dynamic driving experience.

The new Ghost may be the most technically transparent, but beneath the classic lines and simplified controls is a powerful and capable sedan that will happily serve in a weekly commute or as swift and luxurious accommodation to your favorite weekend retreat.

Ghost is the second model from Rolls-Royce to win the red dot award in as many years, with its Phantom Drophead Coupe taking first place in 2008.

answered by Nicolas | 04-18-2010 at 05:38 PM

The Rolls Royce Ghost is worth that money.
For some people that is just too much money but for the people who can afford it, it is a fair price to pay for what you get.

answered by Andrew | 04-18-2010 at 11:32 PM

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