Just take a look at the Rolls-Royce Ghost and you’ll immediately know that this thing means business. We took it for a test around the desert and guess what? It can handle sand just as well as asphalt. That's not the best thing about it though, as you're about to see.
Make no mistake about it, whilst Rolls’ are very well known for the comfort they offer in the back, it doesn’t mean they don’t handle themselves very well on the road. Driving one of these things will not only offer plenty of satisfactory adrenaline rushes to your blood flow but it will also charm you with interesting details such as the emblematic Spirit of Ecstasy sitting at the forefront of the massive bonnet.
In the city, the car’s massive size shows and might require some extra work from the man behind the wheel. That’s where the person sitting in the back is at an advantage. Even so, the visibility is near perfect and, in conjunction with the sunroof, you’ll get to enjoy the city lights all the time.
Faithful to its DNA, the Ghost will always show its best when the doors are open. No less than eight bulls are used to provide the perfect leather for the cabin, whilst the carefully crafted seats will make sure you forget what back pain means. You can get a better grasp as to what the interior looks like in our full Rolls-Royce Ghost test drive.