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Novitec's SPOFEC Gives Rolls Royce Ghost Up To 699HP


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SPOFEC is Novitec's newly created tuning division for Rolls Royce models and for its first project, it chose the British firm's most affordable car, the Ghost saloon.

Facelifted Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Makes US Debut in NY


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Rolls-Royce didn’t even bother to take any new photos of their revised Series II Ghost, a car that will soon make its official US debut at the New York motor show. Granted, they haven’t altered anything since the last time we checked it out, which we did, in detail, when it debuted in Geneva.

Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Shows its Renewed Face in Geneva [w/Videos]


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Following the teaser released last week, Rolls-Royce has unveiled the Ghost Series II at the Geneva Motor Show. The first facelift in the history of this model is a subtle one, with the most obvious change taking place on the front end, where the headlights receive a different shape. 

Rolls-Royce Teases Ghost Series II Ahead of Geneva Debut


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Rolls-Royce has released the first teaser photo of its facelifted Ghost sedan, or Ghost Series II as the British carmaker elegantly calls it. Rolls-Royce is known for not operating major styling changes when its models reach their mid-life, and that was confirmed two years ago when the Phantom Series II models were introduced.

Take a Sneak Peek at Rolls-Royce’s Upcoming 1001 Nights Collection [w/Video]


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Since the Middle East is one of Rolls-Royce’s most important sales markets, the company’s Bespoke division is preparing the launch of the 1001 Nights Collection, dedicated to this region. Inspired by the tales in The Arabian Nights, the first two stages of the collection saw unique coachlines, eye-catching motifs and veneer inlays with arabesque symbols.

Rolls-Royce Officially Reveals Built to Order Ghost V-Specification


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Rolls-Royce has announced the launch of the Ghost V-Specification, a limited series model of the Ghost and Ghost Extended Wheelbase. The special model will only be available for customers to commission from January to June 2014.

Rolls-Royce Quietly Unveils Limited Edition Ghost V-Specification with 593HP


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Rolls-Royce has quietly released the Ghost V-Specification, an upgraded model bringing more power and luxury to its entry-level model. The most powerful Ghost ever made is powered by an uprated version of the twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine producing 593 hp (601PS), 30 hp more than the standard Ghost.

MT Gets Creative with Bentley Flying Spur vs. Rolls Royce Ghost


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The 2014 Bentley Flying Spur, the new one, is more or less of a direct rival to the 2014 Rolls Royce Ghost, even if the latter is more expensive, and it addresses a different clientele.

Rolls-Royce Crafts Unique Gold-Themed Ghost Chengdu Golden Sunbird Edition


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Shortly after unveiling the unique Phantom Celestial bespoke model at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Rolls-Royce has shown another one-off, this time based on the Ghost entry-level model (funny how a $272,000 car gets to be called an entry-level one).

Revealed on Rolls-Royce’s official Facebook page, the Ghost Chengdu Golden Sunbird is inspired by an ancient Chinese artifact from the late Shang Dynasty called the Golden Sun Bird, discovered in 2001 in Chengdu city and represented by the sculpture shown in the first photo from the gallery.

Scoop: Rolls-Royce Ghost Getting Ready for its First Facelift


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After updating the Phantom range last year and adding a new and comparatively sportier coupe, the Wraith, just last month, Rolls-Royce engineers and designers have turned their attention to the brand's third and most affordable model, the Ghost, which is offered in regular and long-wheelbase flavors.

If you know Rolls-Royce, then you shouldn't be surprised to learn that the first facelift for the Ghost won't bring any earthshaking updates.

New Rolls-Royce Ghost Alpine Trial Centenary Collection Looks Back 100 Years for Inspiration


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Premium automakers are well aware of the fact that affluent Chinese customers have a thing for special edition models, which is why you'll be seeing plenty of them at the Auto China 2013 in Shanghai.

Rolls-Royce, of course, is no stranger to limited edition versions, but with the new Ghost Alpine Trial Centenary Collection, it's the first time in the company's history that a bespoke model has taken inspiration from a heritage Rolls-Royce.

Rolls-Royce Creates One-of-a-Kind Pink Ghost FAB1 for Charity


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When individual buyers opt for an eye-popping pink paint job for their luxury ride, it's usually a statement of opulence and occasionally…bad taste, but when automakers do it, most of the times, it has something to do with breast cancer awareness, which is the case of the pink-colored Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Wheelbase special featured in these photos.

Rolls-Royce Ghost Becomes a Million Dollar Bathtub in Indonesia


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Once again, the Indonesian capital of Jakarta has been savaged by heavy floods reeling from torrential rain, which media reports said have left at least a dozen people dead and nearly 20,000 homeless.

Over the past few days, many roads inside and around the city were flooded stranding hundreds if not thousands of motorists.

In one incident, a Rolls-Royce Ghost saloon, said to cost around 10 billion IDR or over 1 million USD in Indonesia, was photographed outside the Bundaran Hotel partially submerged.

Rolls-Royce Names Ghost Coupe the New Wraith, Debuts at the Geneva Salon


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We already knew that the upcoming Rolls-Royce Ghost-based coupe, which we've seen plenty of times testing out in the open, would be the fastest, most powerful and sportiest production model in the British luxury company's 107-year-long history.

Now, we have a name for that car as Rolls-Royce today confirmed it as the all-new Wraith adding that its world premiere will occur at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5, 2013, with first deliveries to customers expected in the fourth quarter of this year.

Rolls Royce Ghost Sports Line Black Bison by Wald International


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When it's not catering to the styling needs of mainstream cars like the Toyota 86 coupe and the Lexus CT 200h hatchback, Wald International puts its efforts on premium vehicles such as the Rolls Royce Ghost, for which it has prepared a new costume named the Sports Line Black Bison Edition.

Spied: Rolls Royce Ghost Coupe Makes Another Appearance on the 'Ring


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Like many other European luxury carmakers, Rolls Royce is also looking outside its home market to increase sales, with the British firm's CEO Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes revealing plans to expand the number of dealers from 105 today to 120 in countries including Chile, Thailand and Vietnam, during an interview with Bloomberg News.

Rolls Royce Wants to Mesmerize Middle Eastern Clients with ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ Ghosts


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Not that clients from the Middle East who can afford a Rolls Royce model really need a special reason to buy one, but just in case they do, the British firm is giving them one with the release of a bespoke collection of Ghost family cars named after, and inspired by, the famous tale ‘The Arabian Nights Entertainment’.

Rolls Royce Makes Some Minor Improvements to 2013 Model Year Ghost


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To some extent, even under the leadership of the BMW Group, Rolls Royce continues to believe that its cars are like a fine wine and only get better with age, which ultimately translates to long product cycles.

In between new model introductions, however, Britain's most famous car manufacture subtly refines its products, which is the case for the 2013 model year Ghost that was introduced today.

Spy Shots: Swanky Rolls Royce Ghost Coupe Visits the 'Ring for Some High Speed Laps


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The Nürburgring track is one of the last places you would expect to see a Rolls Royce, but if the rumors turn out to be true, the new Ghost-based Coupe may feel at home even here.

You see, the new two-door model, the name of which remains a mystery for now, is said to be the sportiest, fastest and best handling model ever to wear the "Spirit of Ecstasy" ornament on its hood.

While utilizing the platform and mechanical hardware of the Ghost sedan, itself related to the BMW 7-Series, the new Coupe will benefit from a shorter chassis with several upgrades including sportier suspension, brake and steering systems as well as a tuned version of the saloon's 6.6-liter twin turbo V12 engine believed to produce 600-horses or more.

Rolls-Royce gets Artsy with "Art Deco Movement" Inspired Ghost and Phantom Models in Paris


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The term Art Deco was coined in Paris after the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, which translates to International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts.

It describes an artistic and design movement that begun in the 1920’s and influenced many aspects of 20th century design such as industrial products, fashion and architecture – a well-known example of which is the Chrysler Building in New York City.