2013 Rolls-Royce Ghost Unveiled With Minor Updates

Rolls-Royce has unveiled the 2013 model year Ghost, with what the automaker calls “subtle enhancements that ensure the car is equipped to pinnacle Rolls-Royce standards.”

The interior is now finished with new soft, natural grain leather, complemented by cross banded wood veneers. There is also an upgraded amplifier and the addition of ‘exciter'(high range) speakers.

A new feature called Comfort Access, allows the opening of the boot with an effortless foot movement. In case both hands are busy or you just don’t feel like it, the boot can be opened automatically once you place your foot underneath the centre of the rear bumper. Of course the key must be in the vicinity of the car.

There are also new alloys available, as well as a palette of 44,000 exterior paint options.


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