Rolls-Royce Ghost Sedans

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2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost

For 2017, Rolls-Royce goes one shade darker with its Black Badge variants. Aimed at "today's generation of young, self-empowered, self-confident rule-breakers," the Ghost Black Badge has more power, sportier driving manners, and darker-hued interior and exterior elements.

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.

About Rolls-Royce Ghost

The 2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost is the "entry-level" vehicle from the fabled British brand, but if relativity ever applied to such words, this is it. By "entry level," we mean this ultra-luxury sedan starts around $310,000 -- some $100,000 less than the outgoing Phantom flagship. Of course in this realm of cars -- and for the plutocrats who buy them -- such figures are trifling. We could point to the Ghost's opulent interior, serene ride and V12 engine as rationale, but in reality you could have similar traits for far less in a BMW 7 Series or even a Bentley Flying Spur. But that's not the point. A Rolls-Royce is a crowning achievement, and driving one shows the world you're the one wearing the crown.

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