The Ambani family’s love for ultra-expensive automobiles is unparalleled in the country. The family owns a plethora of luxury and sports cars from some of the biggest and most important automotive brands from around the globe. One such brand whose cars are favorites of the Ambani family is the British luxury automaker Rolls Royce. The family owns a multitude of Rolls Royce models, and recently, the company welcomed the uber-luxurious Rolls Royce Ghost second-generation model.
The video of the Ambani family’s newest Rolls Royce Ghost has been shared on YouTube by CS 12 Vlogs on their channel. In the first clip, the newest Ambani Rolls Royce Ghost, finished in a lovely shade of Petra Gold, can be seen crossing through a traffic signal. Following the first clip, another clip shows the car leaving a building at night, where the DRLs of the car can be seen lighting up. This particular car was also seen filling up air at a petrol station in Mumbai.
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As mentioned above, the model is the Rolls Royce Ghost’s newest generation model launched in 2020. The price of the Rolls-Royce Ghost starts at Rs. 6.95 Cr and goes up to Rs. 7.95 Cr. Rolls-Royce Ghost is offered in two variants in India. The first is a standard V12 variant, and the other is the top variant called the Extended Wheelbase variant, which comes at a price tag of Rs. 7.95 Cr. From the video, it can be noted that the Ambanis have opted for the top-spec EWB variant.
Rolls Royce Ghost Second Generation
For those unaware, the Rolls Royce Ghost is a symbol of opulence and refinement, and the second-generation model takes this to the next level. The second-generation Ghost is a complete redesign, featuring a new platform and chassis, as well as updated styling and technology. The exterior design is sleek and modern, with a long hood and a high beltline that give the car a powerful and elegant presence. The iconic Rolls-Royce grille is also updated, with a subtle curve that makes it look more contemporary.
Under the hood, the Ghost is powered by a 6.75-liter V12 engine that produces 563 horsepower and 820 Nm of torque. The engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, and the car can go from 0 to 100 kmph in just 4.6 seconds. Despite its impressive performance, the Ghost is also incredibly quiet and smooth, thanks to advanced sound insulation and a new air suspension system.
The interior of the Ghost is where the car really shines. The cabin is spacious and luxurious, with high-quality materials and exquisite attention to detail. The seats are made of the finest leather and are incredibly comfortable, with heating and ventilation features. The dashboard is also updated, with a digital instrument cluster and a large infotainment screen that can be controlled by a rotary dial or voice commands.
The second-generation Ghost also features advanced technology, including a head-up display, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and a 360-degree camera system. The car also has a unique “Flagbearer” system that uses cameras and sensors to detect road conditions and adjust the suspension accordingly.
One of the most impressive features of the Ghost is its “Silent Seal” technology. This feature uses advanced sound insulation to create an incredibly quiet interior, even at high speeds. The car also has a “Whisper” mode, which reduces noise and vibration even further, allowing passengers to have private conversations without being overheard.
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