Step Inside the Exquisite 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost and Discover Perfection

You would expect nothing less than the pinnacle of luxury from a Rolls-Royce vehicle yet, once the doors open, you can’t help but be amazed by the sheer quality and outstanding level of craftsmanship of every single feature.
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The second-generation Ghost was revealed in September 2020, and it’s bigger and better in every way than the previous model.

Built on the British carmaker’s ‘Architecture of Luxury’ aluminum spaceframe chassis and packing a 571-hp 6.7-liter twin-turbo V12, it’s the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce yet.

The exterior does not feature any radical changes from the previous model, apart from the redesigned front end and the minor upgrades for the rear bumper and taillights.

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However, the interior is a different story. To be clear, there is not much to complain about the cabin of any Rolls-Royce, but it’s worth noting that the new Ghost comes with plenty of upgrades.

For someone who is used to this level of luxury, stepping inside a vehicle like this might not be something special, but for the average person like myself, the experience is a bit overwhelming.

Once you climb into the driver’s seat, you’re instantly transported to an alternate reality where everything is perfect.

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To seal off the world you’ve left behind, a button on the center console electronically closes the massive door so you don’t have to reach for it like a simpleton.

The quality of every single component and material used is astonishing. The trims are, of course, made from solid wood, while the vents, door trims, handles, or various buttons that look like metal are made from actual solid metal and not some chromed plastic.

The steering wheel blends a discrete, classic design with the convenience of modern-day multifunctional buttons perfectly, and the same flawless combination is found behind it, on the gauge cluster where analog meets digital in a way that will make you question which is which.

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In the center of the dashboard, a high-resolution touchscreen uses BMW’s iDrive infotainment system with a customized interface; in front of the passenger, the Illuminated Fascia brings an ethereal glowing Ghost nameplate surrounded by more than 850 stars. The constellation and wordmark are completely invisible when the car is stopped but will discretely illuminate when turned on, matching the same star-studded effect found on the headliner.

As you would expect, the huge front seats are incredibly comfortable and incorporate all conceivable features like heating, ventilation, massage, and a huge number of adjustments. Between them, the armrest hides a storage compartment that includes a USB-C port and a conventional 12V socket.

Moving on to the rear, the doors can also be closed electronically, with a push of a button; they can also be opened effortlessly by only pulling the door handle.

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Mind you, the Ghost pictured in the gallery is a standard wheelbase model, yet it has enough legroom for a tall person. The seats are equally comfortable as those in the front and come with a multitude of features and adjustments.

Rear entertainment touchscreens slide down from the back of the front seats by pressing a button. Occupants can also control the interface using the controller integrated into the armrest, which also hides a small fridge. The latter comes with two crystal champagne glasses and offers just enough room for a bottle.

Whether you choose to drive or be driven in the new Rolls-Royce Ghost, you’re in for the experience of a lifetime. The interior is so amazing and comfortable that you'll probably want to live in it forever.

Those who are interested in commissioning a Ghost will have to pay over $320,000 for the privilege - and that's before any bespoke personalization comes into play. The extended wheelbase version is a bit more expensive, starting at around $350,000, but that’s a small price to pay for those who prefer to be driven and could use the extra room.
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About the author: Vlad Radu
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Vlad's first car was custom coach built: an exotic he made out of wood, cardboard and a borrowed steering wheel at the age of five. Combining his previous experience in writing and car dealership years, his articles focus in depth on special cars of past and present times.
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