The Rolls-Royce Ghost is coming to the end of its life cycle, and celebrating the 10 year run in the ultra luxury car market, the brand has revealed a limited edition Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition. Only 50 copies of the Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition will be sold worldwide making it super exclusive. It is a Rolls-Royce, it is a Ghost and it will justify the limited edition run with bespoke elements inside and out. The Ghost nameplate has been symbolic of being the best car in the luxury segment starting from the Silver Ghost which made a debut almost a 100 years ago. The Rolls-Royce Ghost began its run in 2009 and has an average buyer age of 43 years making it the brands most successful model.
First lets talk about fuel efficiency, because that is what matters to Rolls-Royce owners. The Ghost can deliver 16.8-16.0L / 100 km of a mileage. With the extended wheelbase option, the fuel efficiency is rated at 17.1-16.3L / 100 km.
It was in 2016 when Rolls-Royce announced the Phantom VII Zeniths which were as exclusive as the Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition.
Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition will be inspired from the 200EX which debuted at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. This concept based elements such as commemorative ingot will be made fromt he original 200EX Spirit of Ecstasy which will be positioned in the centre console. There will be 3 design lines of the Ghost with the plaque highlighting the origin. There will 50 distinct parts which will allow the Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition customers to have their unique vehicle. Other features will include illuminated door pockets, ambient lights through the perforated leather roof liner, wooden marquetry or in piano veneer finish, embroidery for the rear seats with similar details from the original 1907 Silver Ghost, contrasting leather upholstery, shooting star effect on the roof liner via the fibre optic lights and more.
The exteriors will have a two-tone paint application with gloss-contrast finish. Paint options will include blue with white, silver with white or red with black with other custom options. The silver satin finish on the bonnet was first seen on the 200EX.
So who has the money to bring one home?