Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended: More space for more comfort

This version grows 17 centimeters in length for the enjoyment of its passengers.

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Rolls-Royce has launched the new Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended, a variant of his model with 17 centimeters more in length, up to 5,71 meters, which allows rear seat occupants to have more space for the legs.

Rolls-Royce Ghost ExtendedAs indicated by the firm, the new Ghost Extended provides greater comfort for the occupants of the vehicle, but without compromising the driving dynamics of the same.

This variant is the result of the requests of its customers, who were looking for a car that they could use during the week as a business tool driven by a driver, while the weekend would become a "comfortable and dynamic" room.

“Many of our customers asked us to create a car that provides the luxury of improved rear space within the interior suite without compromising driving dynamics. The Ghost Extended responds to this demand ”, said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, the CEO of Rolls-Royce.

Rolls-Royce Ghost ExtendedThe new model has 571 horsepower and incorporates up to 100 kilograms of sound-absorbing materials in the chassis, body and tires to provide interior senerity.

Rolls-Royce will begin to deliver the first units of this version of its Ghost in the last quarter of this year.

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