The facelift for the Rolls Royce Ghost – the Series II Ghost – will debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week, ahead of which Rolls Royce is teasing its arrival.
It’s getting on for five years since the Rolls Royce Ghost arrived officially as the ‘cheaper’ option to the Phantom and aimed at owner drivers. And now it’s time for an update.
Ahead of a debut at the Geneva Show next week, the Rolls Royce Ghost Series II is being teased by RR with a single image of its iconic front end (above).
The tease photo doesn’t reveal much, but it does seem t he headlights have been updated along with other minor cosmetic tweaks, and it seems likely there will be some influences from the Wraith – effectively a Ghost Coupe – and more advanced technology.
It’s very unlikely there will be any major changes to the 6.6 litre V12 under the bonnet or the 8-speed ZF gearbox, although it’s possible Rolls Royce will choose to give the Series II Ghost a few more horses to bring it closer to the Wraith’s 624bhp.
More at Geneva on the Rolls Royce Ghost Series II – if not before.