Rolls Royce unveils Ghost Senses Concept at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show

Rolls-Royce’s all new Ghost Senses Concept was unveiled at the ongoing 2012 Beijing Auto Show. The concept is a fine image of an ultra luxury limousine, which will make auto enthusiasts slip into a state of ecstasy. The beauty on wheels comes smothered with an aura that will intoxicate senses with its royal textures and finishes.

Ghost Six Senses

For the first time in the history of Rolls-Royce, one will be able to savor the prettiness of natural grain leather, which will be well complemented by the presence of Walnut Burr. The Walnut Burr has been cross hatched placed in contrast with brown colored oak. This means a passenger will be greeted by natural scents because of the soft grain leather and veneers responsible for a woody spice aroma. The sumptuous concept comes caked in pearlescent Carrara White paint, giving it a magically attractive appearance. The good looks are further heightened by the presence of new forged alloy wheels it will roll on while stealing glances.

The doors are reverse opening, which unfurl a compartment filled with luxury and comfort. Passenger rugs in deep pile lambswool add further charm to the tasteful Ghost Senses Concept. If sometime during the ride you wish like enjoying a chilled drink, then concept’s coolbox will bow down this command of yours as it serves the drink of your choice in stylish glass flutes. The eye catching concept comes fitted with a 6.6 liter V12 twin turbo engine, which can produce 563 horsepower and a torque of 780 Nm. Give the elegant concept just 4.9 seconds and see it sprint from zero to 62 mph, which is possible because of the presence of an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox.

If you have gone gaga over the concept and are planning to own the beauty then hold on as there is no word when will this staggering concept go into production.

Via: Top Gear

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