Rolls-Royce has introduced a new special version of the Ghost model, which is limited to just 50 copies.
Rolls-Royce Ghost Zenith follows the footsteps of the Phantom Zenith, one of the last manufactured specimens of the reborn Phantom before the debut of the current flagship, Phantom VIII in the summer of 2017.
Ghost Zenith is thus the latest release of Ghost, and Rolls-Royce claims to be the most popular version of the model. The British brand claims that Zenith has many new and unique design changes inspired by the 2009EX 200 concept that announced a production model ten years ago.
Zenith received a unique Rolls sculpture on the bonnet of the engine engraved with the model’s name.
A 200EX concept is engraved on the center console. Each of the 50 cars is engraved differently and features abstract large elements of the original design sketch. The interior is also characterized by a new clock, illuminated door compartments with perforated leather and contrasting Silver Ghost-inspired rear seats.
Ghost Zenith will be available in standard and extended versions and will be powered by the usual 6.6 liter V12 turbocharged petrol engine. The car will be more expensive than £200,000.