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Kris Jenner Is Officially the First U.S. Owner of a 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost

Before the Kardashians and the Jenners were a thing, there was Kris Jenner, a.k.a. Mama Kris, the OG showbiz maven and entrepreneur. She is still big today, though not as in-your-face as her famous daughters, and she is still living large.
Kris Jenner gets a 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost, is the first one in the U.S. to do so 31 photos
She is also officially the first U.S. owner of a brand new 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost. Kris may be 65 years old, but she is definitely one to keep up with the hottest trends.

Jenner, as you might know (but no one would hold it against you if you didn’t), is the manager to all the Kardashian and Jenner offspring. She is worth an estimated $170 million, has her fingers in countless pies, and is widely considered one of the savviest, shrewdest if highly unlikable celebrity manager out there. So she can damn well treat herself when she feels like it.

Her latest treat, which she took delivery of right before Thanksgiving, is the 2021 Ghost, officially described as the latest evolution of the marque’s “hallmark Magic Carpet Ride” and the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce yet. Because she doesn’t need clout to earn a profit, Kris did not boast about it on social media, but the dealer that sold her the car did.

The first U.S.-bound Ghost landed on the West Coast and was delivered to Kris at the O’Gara Motorsport facility at Thermal Club Private Track in Palm Springs, California. It would be ridiculous to assume Kris’ latest ride is stock, though it would still be impressive if it were. Still, for the time being, there are no details available of customization.

Even so, the Ghost stands out. With a starting price of $332,000+, it’s built on the Rolls-Royce proprietary aluminum spaceframe architecture also found on the Phantom and the newer Cullinan, and features a redesigned suspension system and countless hardware and software improvements. It’s powered by a 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 that delivers 563 bhp and 850 Nm (627 lb ft) of torque to the all-wheel steer, all-wheel drive chassis.

As noted above, Kris is not the one to boast about her expensive cars on social media (unlike daughter Kylie, for example), but she does have a knack for collecting them. Her fleet includes, among others, a Ferrari California T and a newer Ferrari 488 GTB, a Bentley Continental GTC, a Range Rover Autobiography, a Mercedes Maybach S600, and Mercedes AMG G63.



Editor's note: Pictured in the gallery, the refreshed Rolls-Royce Ghost.

 
 
 
 
 

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