Rolls Royce reveals one-off Ghost Qatar Edition
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- 06:17 pm, September 25, 2012
Specially built for a client in Qatar, the Ghost features a two-tone English White and Ensign Red finish.
Luxury brands such as Rolls Royce is one of the favorite brands of super wealthy people in the Middle East and Qatar has always been sort of a gold mine for the company. One of these uber-rich people from the state of Qatar wanted his very own Ghost and therefore, knocked on Rolls Royce's doors to make the necessary modifications to personalize his car.
The special Rolls Royce Qatar Edition features a two-tone English White with Ensign Red exterior finish that is truly unique, since the Ensign Red hue is a recent RR development and hasn't been used on any other car so far. On the inside, the client has commissioned Seashell and Consort Red leather trim with Elm Cluster veneer. Consort Red accents can be found on the steering wheel, dashboard and on the lower section of the floor.
This being a 2013 Ghost, the vehicle gets a number of updates for the latest model year. These include perforated leather headliner and Natural Grain leather for the seats. Previously, this option was only available to buyers of the more expensive Phantom.
No changes have been made to the powertrain, which means the Ghost is still being powered by a 6.6-litre V12 engine that churns out 563PS of power and a massive 779Nm of torque, enabling the model to perform the 0 to 100 kmph sprint in only 4.7 seconds with a top speed of 249 kmph.
First Published on 06:17 pm, September 25, 2012
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