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Black Badge Ghost
Black Badge Ghost lives after dark, igniting the rebel within. Powerful, agile, and fearless, it is the most potent manifestation of Rolls-Royce yet — a drive defined by unrelenting force and finesse. More engaging gear ratios, all-wheel drive, and all-wheel steer offer the most responsive and dynamic drive the marque has ever achieved — with the smoothest Magic Carpet Ride sensation imaginable. When the purity of Ghost combines with the rebellious aura of Black Badge, an intense metamorphosis takes place. The result is unimaginable — and made for those who dare.
Venture Through The Shadows
Powering the Black Badge Ghost is the same twin-turbocharged 6.8-liter V12 as in the base model. But now that engine delivers 592 horsepower (435 kilowatts) and 664 pound-feet (900 newton-meters), an improvement of 29 hp and 37 lb-ft over the base Ghost. It’s paired to a reworked ZF eight-speed automatic with a “Low” mode – the Rolls-Royce equivalent of Sport – which applies power up to 50 percent quicker and is exclusive to all Black Badge models.
Designed To Thrill
The high-spoke 21-inch wheels are an aggressive accouterment, featuring a carbon-fiber barrel that consists of 22 layers of carbon. The illuminated front grille from the standard Ghost also carries over, illuminating the vertical slats with 152 LED lights. It starts with 100 pounds (45 kilograms) of paint, which the company atomizes before applying (twice) to the car, with four employees hand-polishing thoroughly. This process takes three to five hours to complete and results in that impressive depth.
An Endless Vision
Their most advanced motor car yet has been reengineered to characterize the alter ego of Rolls-Royce: assertive, dynamic and potent. This is the purest Black Badge motor car in the marque’s history. This is Black Badge Ghost. They have created new codes of luxury that resonate with their sensibilities: darker in aesthetic, assertive in character and bold in design.
|Max power||563 hp|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium unleaded|
|Maximum torque||620 lb-ft|
|Max speed||155 mph / 350 km/h|
Weights and Dimensions
|Trunk Space (cubic feet)||17.3 cu ft|
|Curb Weight||5368 lb|
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Greenwich
279 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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