08 Apr 2017 ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST
Rent a Rolls-Royce Ghost in Vancouver
The prestigious rear-drive Rolls-Royce Ghost in Vancouver comes powered with a smooth and powerful 563-hp, 575-lb-ft of torque 6.6-liter twin-turbo V-12 mated to an eight-speed automatic. The premium English sedan provides an elongated wheelbase version which allows for over six inches of extra rear legroom and provides the exact same 12/19 mpg city/highway as the normal Ghost. The output from the exact same 6.6-liter V-12 powertrain is raised from the Ghost Black Badge version to 603 hp and 620 lb-ft.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost is extremely customizable. Consumers can personalize their Ghost to be one-of-a-kind. You may select from among 61 exterior colors (with choice of sound or two-tone), style and colour of pinstriping, choice of 10 wheel styles and sizes, choice of five distinct Spirit of Ecstasy hood emblems, 19 different inside leather colours together with a great number of color layout choices, selection of 18 seat piping colors, 32 seat sewing colours, 19 colours to pick from for your Rolls-Royce headrest monogram, selection of 11 veneer fashions (can be crossbanded in five different styles and had with numerous inlay options ), six distinct kinds of headliners, 13 colours for your steering wheel (a two-tone end can be obtained ), choice of 18 colours for the umbrella that includes the Ghost, and customized door sill text, headrest embroidery, chair cushion embroidery, and tailored indoor car cover colours and embroidery.
Advanced security features in the Rolls-Royce Ghost include the Driver Support 3 bundle and include adaptive cruise control, night vision, heads-up screen, high-beam aid, and a lane departure warning system. The night vision feature adds a front-mounted infrared camera that can detect pedestrians in densely populated street conditions at distances over 300 yards. The Ghost’s camera system, which offers an almost 360-degree aerial perspective of the vehicle’s environment, and front and rear parking sensors help the driver move this big sedan into tight locations.
What We Believe
At a 2015 First Drive review of this newly upgraded Rolls-Royce Series II, we explained how the upgrades were minimal but known as”subtle” from the automaker,”Subtle is merely a code word for,’We did not change a great deal.’ Before you accuse the automaker of laziness or complacency, however, understand that its incomprehensibly rich clientele did not need the car to change considerably.”
By way of instance, the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament was titled forwards 7 levels and the new elastic LED headlights were pushed two inches out to make the car look wider. However, there are far more obvious updates such as the touchpad at the middle of the rotary dial which lets you enter information by drawing with your fingertip, the most recent BMW iDrive upgrades for the infotainment system, and a full-color head-up screen. It rolls gracefully on its outside tires when cornering and provides a surprising amount of traction when doing so. It stops with some authority.”
In contrast between the 2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost and the 2014 Bentley Flying Spur, it was a very even matchup concerning functionality and first-class luxury, but the deciding factor was that the amount of attention both vehicles received. “After reviewing the frame-by-frame footage, nine individuals glanced at the Bentley versus 18 in the Rolls. And after passing by, two turned out for one more glance at the Spur compared with 11 for the Ghost. Two took pictures of the Rolls. Imagine. A quarter-million-dollar Flying Spur dismissed as cameras have been raised to get a departure Ghost.”