2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II

The name “Ghost” has been used by Rolls Royce dating back to the early 1900’s “Silver Ghosts”.

The current Ghost series began in 2010 when the English automaker marketed the model as an “entry level” if there can be such a thing when referring to a Rolls-Royce.

The prior Series II model was the Phantom in 2012. Since its inception, the Ghost has changed. The 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II changes all that.


General Info
Vehicle Type: Luxury Sedan Base Price: $ 250,000
Fuel Tank Capacity: 18.2 imp gals (83L) Miles Per Gallon: 13 city / 29 hwy
Length: 212.6 in. (540 cm) Wheel Base: 129.7 in. (329.4 cm)
Height: 61 in. (154.9 cm) Width: 76.7 in. (194.8 cm)
Unladen Weight: 5203 lbs (2360 kg) Ground Clearance: NA
Luggage Capacity: 17.3 cu ft Maximum Seating: 4 people
Engine: V12 Direct Injection Displacement: 6592 cc
Horsepower: 563 HP Max RPM: 5250 RPM
Torque: 575 lb-ft @1500 rpm Transmission: ZF 8HP90
0-60 mph: 4.7 seconds Maximum Speed: 155 mph* (250km/h)

* governed


Under the hood of the is a 6.6L, twin turbo V12, providing 563 horsepower. This is paired with a ZF-sourced 8 speed automatic transmission with a satellite system tied into the GPS predicting upcoming weather/road conditions so it can automatically adjust accordingly.

Even with its size this drivetrain has the Ghost Series II moving from 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds with an electronically controlled top speed of 155 mph..



While the modifications to the Ghost Series II are not extreme, by Rolls-Royce standards they are monumental. It begins up front where new LED headlights replace those oddly, almost droopy headlamps of the past.

The new headlights do not take away from the traditional and prestigious front grille and the “Spirit of Ecstasy” logo on the hood. Another change to the front fa├žade entails a larger chrome air intake which assist in cooling the brakes.

The profile has changed slightly with waft lines moved forward ever so subtlety.
The rear appears wider, but otherwise is the same as previous Ghost incarnations.

Inside remains the extraordinary luxury styling Rolls fans are accustomed to.

Most of the changes are technological in nature including the “Spirit of Ecstasy” rotary controller touch pads to keep the “Grey Poupon” fingerprints off the screen.

There is also a Wi-Fi operated navigation system and an optional Bespoke audio system available.

As of this writing the price of the vehicle has not been published. Anticipate the answer to that question is what you would expect from a Rolls Royce.