Rolls Royce Ghost Six Senses has been revealed at 2012 Beijing Auto Show, an ultraluxury limousine designed and engineered to appeal to the subconscious and conscious of the most exclusive automobile customers of the world. The renowned BMW-owned British automobile manufacturing company claims that this lavish concept summarizes the richness of experience, which comes standard with all Rolls Royce models and takes it a new level of sensory indulgence. Visually, it gains new forged alloys and is finished in pearlescent Carrara White paint. Stepping inside reverse opening coach doors unveils Walnut Burr veneers supplemented by oak-cross diagonal brown banding.
Aurally, the stereo system of Rolls Royce Ghost Six Senses is improved with exciter speakers and updated rear amplifier embedded within leather headliner. Aromatically, it greets passengers with natural scents from woody spice from veneers and soft grain leather, whereas texture of these materials with deep pile lambswool occupant rugs are further delights. Rolls Royce always encourages occupants for enjoying vintage champagne or chilled drinks served from the coolbox in stylish glass flutes. Mr. Torsten Muller-Otvos, Chief Executive Officer at Rolls Royce stated that its 6th sense is hard to define, however obvious in its presence. He also said that it can be compared to aura; a sense which the striking hand made cockpit exemplifies something of the soul and heart of each proud crafts person involved in its creation.
Joining the Rolls Royce Ghost Six Senses at Beijing Auto Show is the Rolls Royce Phantom Series II EWB (Extended Wheelbase), the flagship vehicle in the company’s international lineup. It completes the Series II family, which was introduced at Geneva Auto Show in March with the Phantom Coupe, Drophead Coupe and Saloon variants. Motivation for this Extended Wheelbase model comes from a V12 6.75 liter engine, which is good for pulsating impressive 338kW of power with earth-shaking 720 newton meters of torque. The engine is mated to a ZF 8-speed automatic transmission that replaces the old 6-speed unit.
Other Series II updates found in standard wheelbase models at Geneva include 8.8-inch satellite navigation screen with 3D maps, fresh exterior styling with a new LED headlamps and redesigned grille, smartphone incorporation with a generous hard drive for media storage and improved camera system with rear path and top view prediction. All Rolls Royce Phantom models take 60 people and over 450 hours to assemble.