The Rolls-Royce Ghost will be available in a model in 2022

  • The new Ghost sedan will receive the Black Badge treatment from Rolls Royce, and its power will be increased to 592 horsepower.
  • It has a deep black exterior and a detailed interior with Black Badge trim appointments that are exclusive to this vehicle.
  • Customers can begin placing orders for their Ghost Black Badge immediately, and we anticipate that it will cost approximately $400,000.

Approximately one-third of the vehicles sold by Rolls-Royce are equipped with its Black Badge package, and the company is now offering the trim in a blacked-out version on the new Ghost sedan. In addition to sharing a platform with the Phantom sedan and Cullinan SUV, Rolls-Royce claims that the Ghost's design is inspired by "post-opulent luxury." This new Black Badge version follows in the footsteps of the previous one.

Rolls-Royce uses 100 pounds of black paint to finish the Ghost Black Badge in the dark black paint job, and the process can take up to five hours to complete the badge. After that, the car is given two coats of clear coat and is then hand polished. To achieve the black chrome finish, the Spirit of Ecstasy and grille are coated with a special chrome electrolyte and then hand polished to achieve a mirror-like finish. The Black Badge models are equipped with a set of unique 21-inch carbon fiber wheels, which have been lightly tinted by Rolls to ensure that the 44-layer carbon weave is still visible on the rims.

The interior of the new Ghost has been updated to include new digital instruments, and it places an emphasis on materials such as metal, wood, and leather to create a more luxurious feel. The Black Badge model shown here has a bright blue Turchese leather interior with an intricate diamond patterned carbon and metallic fiber weave in the trim, as well as a black Bolivar wood veneer base layer on top of the leather. As is traditional for Rolls-Royce, the Black Badge infinity logo is etched into the trim above the rear seat champagne cooler, and there's the starlit headliner, which is a classic feature.

Standard Ghost models will be powered by a 6.7-liter V-12 engine with 563 horsepower starting in 2021. Power is increased to 592 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque when equipped with the Black Badge. Rolls-Royce claims that the ZF eight-speed transmission and throttle have also been specifically tuned for the Black Badge models in order to maximize the increased power from the 12-cylinder engine. All-wheel drive, air springs, and rear-axle steering are standard on the new Ghosts.

Customers can now place an order for their own Ghost Black Badge. Pricing is expected to start at around $400,000, with the 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost starting at $314,400 as a benchmark for comparison.

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