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The Ghost Comes to Town

British luxury marque Rolls Royce launched the most expensive model from its portfolio in India, the V-Specification Ghost. This Rs. 4.66-crore handcrafted and limited edition luxury on wheels is truly a collector’s luxury car.

Published: 02nd March 2014 12:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st March 2014 03:53 PM   |  A+A-

Mag39.jpgBritish luxury marque Rolls Royce launched the most expensive model from its portfolio in India, the V-Specification Ghost. This Rs 4.66-crore handcrafted and limited edition luxury on wheels is truly a collector’s luxury car.

The Rolls Royce V-Specification is Rs 30 lakh more than the standard Ghost trim. At Rs 4.66 crore (ex-showroom Delhi), this price might leave eyes dropping and jaws opened but when you get close to this model and check it inside out the price might just get justified. This is a limited edition model that will be produced only till June, and considering they are all meticulously handcrafted cars, don’t expect too many to be built in the four remaining months. The V is the most powerful Ghost in Rolls Royce line-up. Under the hood is the same twin turbo 6.6-litre V12 engine doling out 601 PS of power. The V-Specification can propel the exquisite beast to 100kph from standstill in 4.7 seconds.

Rolls Royce has added five special paint shades to the V-Specification palette although buyers can select from the rest of the RR paint shade book aiding to the customisation on these bespoke beauties. Special V motifs are used all around the car to state its exclusivity—from the leather seats to the coachline on the exterior. The V also gets massive 21-inch five-spoke part polished alloy wheels. The interior gets distinct door sills, contrast piping on the seats and a stainless steel V-motif on the dashboard. The clock design is new as well with a black crown surrounding the face. 



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