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For 2012, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is available in a longer, extended-wheelbase version. At 219.3 inches, it's about half a foot longer than the standard Ghost and offers more than seven inches of additional rear legroom. Also new is a 2-tone bespoke option that creates a similar exterior look to 2-tone versions of the Phantom.
Don't let the 2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost's "bargain" starting price of roughly $250,000 fool you: It is still a Rolls-Royce through and through – and then some. In fact, when it was introduced in 2010, the Ghost boasted the most powerful engine ever put into a Rolls-Royce automobile, and some of the most sophisticated technology as well. The 4- or 5-passenger sedan is still massive, but is more manageable around town than the larger Rolls-Royce Phantom models. As would be expected in a car of this caliber, interior opulence abounds. Just as impressive is its twin-turbo V12, which effortlessly moves this heavy, rear-wheel-drive sedan. For those who can afford such a vehicle, the 2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost is among the most luxurious ways possible to travel by land.