Rolls Royce cars are considered the epitome of luxury. The British car maker has several models in their portfolio and many of them are offered in India as well. Rolls Royce launched the all-new Ghost in the Indian market last year and since then many of them have bought the second generation Rolls Royce Ghost. Here we have a video where a brand new 2021 second generation Rolls Royce is being delivered to a customer in Hyderabad. What makes this video special is that it was South India’s first delivery of a second generation Rolls Royce Ghost and the car was delivered to the customer at his home.
The video has been uploaded by Hyderabad luxury rides on their YouTube channel. The video shows how the car was delivered to the customer. The car belongs to Mohammed Shoeb, who is a real estate businessman. The video starts by showing the mansion where Mohammed Shoeb and his family is living. The Rolls Royce is being delivered to the customer here only. It looks like Mohammed Shoeb owns several cars in his garage as the video also shows cars like Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari and many more in the parking.
The car was brought to customer’s home in a flatbed and the car was fully covered in black cloth. The cloth was removed and the driver drove the car to the porch and covered it with black cloth again. The owner of the new Rolls Royce Ghost then walks out of the mansion to the porch and then take off the cover or cloth which is put over the car. After the keys are handed over, Mohammed Shoeb takes the car for a spin within the property.
The first generation Rolls Royce Ghost made its debut almost 11 years ago. It is only now the model is getting a generation change. The all-new Rolls Royce Ghost gets a new aluminium spaceframe that is also being used in the all-new Phantom. The Ghost has grown in size and is now 89 mm longer, 30 mm wider and 21 mm taller than the previous generation. The wheelbase on this luxury sedan however remains unchanged at 3,295 mm.
Rolls Royce has also made other changes like pushed the front suspension mounting forward and the engine is now located in front of the axle to achieve a 50:50 weight distribution. The Rolls Royce Ghost now offers 507 litres of boot space. The overall design of the Ghost is unmistakably Rolls Royce but, it has got new elements that differentiate it from other models. The car gets sleeker looking headlamps with laser headlamps that have a range of over 600 metres. It also gets C-shaped LED DRLs and Rolls Royce’s signature front grille and spirt of ecstasy can also be seen on the car. Overall, the car looks a lot more bolder than previous generation.
Coming to the engine, the entry level Rolls Royce is powered by a 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 car weighs about 2.5 tonnes but, can still do 0-100 kmph sprint in just 4.8 seconds. The top-speed of the Ghost has been electronically limited to 205 kmph. Price for a brand new Rolls Royce Ghost starts at Rs 6.95 crore.