Rolls Royce has released details of the new 2013 Ghost. The new model has undergone some subtle enhancements including an upgraded amplifier and the addition of ‘exciter’ speakers elegantly housed in the leather headlining, ensuring the audio system in Ghost richly fills the capacious rear cabin, raising the centre of sound closer to the passenger’s ear.
The Ghost 2013 comes equipped with Comfort Access, a first of its kind convenience feature that allows the opening of the boot with an effortless foot movement. In case both hands are busy, the mere presence of the key in the vicinity of the car will prime the boot release mechanism, and open automatically once you place your foot underneath the centre of the rear bumper. An updated night vision system has also been installed across the 2013 Ghost range. It now features pedestrian detection technology that primes the brakes and gives off audible and visual warnings if a person or object is up ahead.
The interior boasts soft natural grain leather complemented by cross banded wood veneers creating an atmosphere of sumptuous luxury. An additional forged alloy wheel option, which can be specified alongside a palette of 44,000 exterior paint options, completes the update.
The 2013 Ghost took inspiration from the Bespoke Ghost Six Sense collection and will commence production in the fall of 2012.
By Geraldine Ashton Green
Tue, 30 Oct 2012