Rolls Royce Ghost II for a day, for a 27-year old! [Video]

Rolls Royce is seen as an epitome of luxury vehicles in the world. Most people who dream about owning a Rolls Royce but it remains out of budget for the most. Well, here is a regular guy living a life like you and us spending a whole day in a Rolls Royce Ghost II.

The video is from OK Tested who hired a Rolls Royce for a day just to see what it feels like to own the car and move around in it. The video shows the Rolls Royce Ghost II arriving for a day and the person enjoying the ride in the rear seat of the car for a full day.

This is the Rolls Royce Ghost II, which was launched in 2014 and is still in production. As a luxury vehicle, the Ghost offers some never-seen-before features to the occupants and the 27-years guy was seen enjoying every bit of it! He first tried the electrically adjustable rear seats, fiddled with the controls around and checked out every button and retractable tray in the car.

He then asked the chauffeur to drive him around the city and he wanted to check the reactions of the fellow motorists. However, sadly no one looked at him initially and he really did not get the response that he wanted. Well, the car was going through the posh South Delhi locality and such sightings of Rolls Royce cars and other exotics are quite common, which is why nobody paid much attention to the vehicle.

After that, they took the car to the SDA market in Delhi, where it received a lot of attention from the passerby. People even came to check the car closely. He then ordered a cup of tea from a roadside vendor where he asked people about the car and got some quirky answers.

He even took out the umbrella from the door of the Rolls Royce and moved around with it on the road. The car also went for refuelling where the chauffeur said that it returns about 3 kilometres to a litre of fuel. Overall, the experience of living with a Rolls Royce can be mesmerising but for obvious reasons, it can be very costly. The vehicle, however, has become common in the metropolitan cities of the country and it would not attract as much attention as one would expect.

There are a couple of things that were wrongly said in the video. The first things wrongly said in the video is Rolls Royce profiles their customers before selling the vehicle. Well, that’s wrong. If you have the money, you fit their profile. You can go and buy it now. The second thing is about fuel. The chauffeur said that the 97 Octane fuel is jet fuel but it is not. Jets use kerosene as fuel, not petrol.