2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost Facelift spied with lightly disguised front

was first launched in 2010, last year it received a minor facelift and it looks like another update is coming for 2014 as you can see from our latest spy shots. It is quite unusual to see a Rolls-Royce update their model that often.

The lightly disguised Ghost has a very clever camouflage at the front, hiding possibly new headlights, a different grille and an updated bumper.

Interior is also very likely to receive new trim elements and there should also be an updated infotainment technology.

The current twin-turbo 6.6-litre V12 with 563bhp and 575 lb ft of torque could get a small increase in power.

It is possible that the Wraith’s Satellite Aided Transmission, which uses GPS data to preselect the correct gear for the type of terrain up ahead will make it to the Ghost from next year.


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