Pricing is not known yet, but it’s only the cosmetic changes to Ghost that made way to the repertoire. The front air dam with chrome treatment provided by a beefier bumper buck-up its fractional look. The wake channel emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy is slightly more tapered aiding to its teething of a leaned design with the all new waft line.
The chunk of changes goes with re-designed LED headlamps surrounded by daytime running light.
Inside the cabin, luxury is enhanced with on-board Wi-Fi whilst of the Satellite Aided Transmission (SAT), that guides the steering in direction ahead of the curves by engaging with the satellite based maps.
Under the bonnet exists the ongoing V12 of 6.6-litre, twin-turbo engine, which transforms the ultimate power of 563 bhp and 780 Nm of peak torque to a top speed of 250 kmph and the 0-100 kmph count in 4.9 seconds.
All these luxury aren’t efficient, buyers will be losing their strings of pocket for 14 litres of high-octane unleaded fuel over every 100 kilometres.