Rolls-Royce Ghost

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2016 Rolls-Royce Ghost

The Rolls-Royce Ghost received a handful of upgrades last year, so the car is largely carryover for 2016. Changes include automatically folding outside mirrors.

2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost

In a "discreet and considered update," the Ghost Series II receives freshened exterior styling with redesigned LED headlights and a tapered wake in the hood. Inside, the front seats are redesigned, and further under the skin the Ghost's suspension has been enhanced and the transmission is now aided by satellite technology (seriously!).

About Rolls-Royce Ghost

It's absurd to think of a $300,000 car as "entry level," yet when compared to the larger and far more expensive Phantom, the 2016 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II really is the lower-priced option. But the Ghost isn't the lower-end model because it's any less a Rolls-Royce, far from it. Instead, it's the Rolls-Royce for owners who actually want to drive themselves, rather than be driven. Available in two lengths, the 2016 Ghost offers enormous power from a twin-turbocharged V12, an interior that is as opulent as anything you can imagine, and cutting-edge technology like an infrared night-vision camera to see what human eyes cannot. The Ghost is the least expensive Rolls-Royce, but at nearly $300,000 before options, it still costs more than a house.