Watch 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost getting home delivered in Hyderabad

Rolls Royce officially launched the all-new Ghost in the Indian market last year. Since then, a lot of customers have received the delivery of the second-generation Ghost. Here is a video from Hyderabad that shows a Rolls Royce Ghost is delivered at home.

The video by Hyderabad Luxury Rides shows the delivery of a brand-new second-generation Rolls Royce Ghost in Hyderabad. The owner of the car is Mohammed Shoeb who is an entrepreneur and owns a real estate business. The video first shows the grand mansion the Rolls Royce delivered the all-new Ghost. The video also shows many other cars including a Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari and others that were in the parking.

Rolls brings the all-new Ghost on a flatbed to deliver it. The car is then parked on the porch and is covered with a black cloth so that the new owners can unveil the vehicle. The video shows the new owners taking off the covers to reveal the white coloured Rolls Royce Ghost. The new owners then also go for a spin in the brand-new car. They take the car around inside the complex of their home.

2021 Rolls Royce Ghost

Watch 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost getting home delivered in Hyderabad

The all-new second-generation Rolls Royce Ghost made its debut 11 years after the first generation was launched. The Ghost now uses the new aluminium spaceframe that also underpins the all-new Phantom. It has also increased in dimensions. The new Ghost is 89mm longer than the previous version and is 30mm wider too.

The height has now increased by 21mm. However, the wheelbase of 3,295mm remains the same. Rolls Royce has also pushed the front suspension mounting forward and the engine is now located in the front of the axle to achieve a perfect 50:50 weight distribution. With the increased dimensions, the boot space is now massive 507 litres.

To start with, the entry-level sedan from Rolls Royce now gets sleek headlamps with laser headlamps that have a range of over 600 metres. It also gets C-shaped daytime running lamps and the front-end looks much bolder with an air intake that is designed to cover the width of the vehicle. From the side, the all-new Ghost retains the design of the first-generation model. There are new tail lamps in the rear and few tweaks to make it look fresh.

Rolls Royce has now replaced the ageing 6.6-litre V12 petrol engine with the 6.75-litre, twin-turbocharged V12 that also powers the Phantom. It generates a maximum power of 571 PS and a peak torque of 850 Nm. The torque peaks at only 1,600 rpm, which makes it a low-revving engine.

The power is sent to all four wheels instead of only the rear wheels in the first-generation Ghost. Despite being extremely heavy and weighing about 2.5 tonnes, the all-new Ghost is extremely quick. As per the official data, it can do 0-100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds while the top speed is electronically limited at 205 km/h for safety reasons. The all-new Ghost also gets rear-wheel steering that improves the turning radius of the vehicle and also improves high-speed agility.

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