The change isn’t good for riches and that’s the reason why Rolls-Royce prefers building timeless designs. However, certain nip and tucks are always craved to show up after precise intervals. So, the Rolls-Royce Ghost in India, which was doing its duty since long back, is now launched once again in the badge of Series II for Rs 4.5 crore ex-showroom Mumbai.
There aren’t chunk of additions or deduction to commemorate the final touch of Series II. Instead they are so subtle in nature that usually an untrained wouldn’t be able to tell the differences between the old and a new model. Naming the changes carried out, they can be referred as daytime running lights in the headlamp cluster, chrome surrounds for air intakes on front, and new alloys as well as paint shades to choose from. Restyled bumpers, hood and tail lights are the last bits to be mentioned.
Inside the cabin, Ghost Series II is pinned with revamped instrument and new trims with new options of wood and veneer. The major change remains with the infotainment system that portrays functioning on a 10.2-inch screen, and can be handled with a touchpad controller that sync itself with the outer world via on-board Wi-Fi.
Under the hoods, Ghost Series II stores the same petrol V12 engine of 6.6-litre producing 563bhp and 780NM of torque mated to a 8-speed transmission which is guided by navigation and can mend itself in the perfect gear slot depending upon the type of terrain ahead.