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2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost Tech Demo Exposed Inside & Out

( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost extended wheelbase is one of the most luxurious vehicles on the market today. Not only does it have a twin turbocharged V-12 but the car also has every bit of modern technology that you can purchase on a modern vehicle today. In this technical demonstration video we get to know the Ghost a little better and check out some of the features that make the Rolls-Royce Ghost such a unique and luxurious ride.


 


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CARJAM TV - Subscribe Here Now http://www.youtube.com/carjamradio Like Us Now On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarjamTV For The World's Best Car Videos Website: http://www.carjam.tv Radio: http://www.rte.ie/radio1/specials/jamesbond.html Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/carjamtv Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CarjamRadioo The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a saloon automobile made in England by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, a BMW subsidiary. It was launched in 2003 and is the first model introduced during the BMW era. The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé, and the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé, are both based on the 2003 Phantom. It also won the Top Gear Car of the Year Award for 2003. Novel features Customers can choose from 44,000 paint colours, and specify any leather colour.[5] Car has a power reserve dial indicating how much of the engine's power is left available to the driver. This is to provide a sense of tremendous power in reserve, and to hide "crude" underlying mechanicals from its owners. The instrument cluster is not shared with any other vehicle. Doors are remote operated. The rear doors are rear-hinged, a style commonly referred to as suicide doors, but called 'coach doors' by Rolls-Royce. Because of the rear-seating position in relation to the rear inner-door handles, buttons are mounted on both C-pillars which operate hydraulic motors in order to close the rear doors. An electronic lock prevents the doors from being accidentally opened when moving. The car will automatically brake to a walking speed if a coach door remains open when driving off.[6] The rear doors also house umbrellas that are stored within the doors, and can only be accessed when the front or rear doors are open. The fabric of the umbrella is coated with Teflon to assist in shedding water when the wet umbrella is stored within the door. The traditional Spirit of Ecstasy ornament has an automatic electronic retraction mechanism to prevent theft and protect pedestrians in the event of an accident. It may also be retracted by the driver at the touch of a button, and retracted when the alarm is armed. The base contains a sensor which detects movement, and will retract if tampered with. The 'RR' logos on each of the wheel hubs are independent bezels in order to always remain upright while the wheel is rotating. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolls-Royce_Phantom_%282003%29





Rolls-Royce Ghost--D&M Motorsports Test Drive Review 2012 Chris Moran
Rolls-Royce Ghost--D&M Motorsports Test Drive Review with Chris Moran. Presented by D&M Motorsports. Introduced for model year 2010 as the second all-new Rolls-Royce under parent company BMW's ownership, the Ghost is a slightly smaller, sleeker and less-costly alternative to the statelier Phantom. Of course "less-costly" is a relative term when referring a car that, starting around $250,000, costs as much as a nice house or condo in many areas of the U.S. As with the Phantom, the Ghost is a combination of contemporary German technology and classic British artisanship. The car's spaceframe body and engine come from Deutschland, while the interior trim and final assembly continues to hail from England. We got to spend several days living with the Rolls-Royce Ghost, and truth be told it made us feel like a media mogul rather than a mere automotive journalist. Unlike the Phantom, which is also available in a "Drophead Coupe" convertible, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is only offered as a "saloon," as four-door cars are called in the U.K. It comes wrapped in broad-shouldered styling that is both formal and aggressive. The automaker's traditional upright chrome grille caps the front end, flanked by narrow Xenon headlamps. A tall beltline runs the length of the car with a bit of a curve to it and meets the gently sloping roofline at a well rounded rear-end treatment. At a massive 212.6 inches long, the Ghost fit in our garage with only a few inches to spare. Wide-opening rear-hinged "suicide" doors make ingress and egress into the Rolls-Royce Ghost's voluminous rear cabin easier; an electronic lock prevents these doors from being opened while the car is moving. As the car's heritage warrants, the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament resides just above the front grille. However, in a high-tech nod to the realities of modern motoring, it automatically retracts into the vehicle when the Ghost is parked for the sake of security. A cap at the center of each wheel is engineered to rotate separately so that the "R-R" logo remains upright at all times. Our tester came in a Claret (i.e maroon) paint treatment with the extra cost ($5,750) silver satin bonnet (hood) treatment that we found a bit garish, though it proved to be an attention getter. Under the Rolls-Royce Ghost's long hood resides a 6.6-liter V12 engine that generates a generous 563 horsepower and is strong enough to propel this nearly 5,500-pound vehicle to 60 mph in a claimed 4.7 seconds. All those horses are channeled to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission, and tradition dictates that it's operated via a column-mounted shift lever. In this case it's BMW's electronic gear-select system in which you push the lever up for reverse, down for drive and depress an end button in to put the transmission in park; it works well enough but half the time we accidentally engaged the windshield wiper stalk instead. The powertrain delivers smooth and stunningly quick acceleration on demand, yet remains docile around town so as not to overpower a driver. The Ghost is rated at meek 13-city/20-highway mpg fuel economy, which should be of little consequence to a well-heeled buyer. The Rolls-Royce Ghost rides on a sophisticated double wishbone suspension up front with a multi-link array at the rear and automatic damping height-adjustable shock absorbers at all four corners. It delivers a smooth ride yet remains surprisingly tractable through the curves. While the car's easygoing steering creates a certain disconnected feeling from the road, hairpin turns and sudden curves didn't seem to unnerve the suspension, with only a modest amount of stability control intervention coming to the fore during the most-extreme maneuvers. The car was rock solid and smooth sailing at highway speeds, with the ability to leap fairly athletically from one lane to another when called upon. We felt a few bumps and jolts over pockmarked pavement, due largely we suspect to the standard run-flat tires (which by nature are stiffer than conventional rubber), but by the same token the ride is never floaty or bouncy, which will certainly spare rear-seat riders from ever feeling seasick in this land yacht.





2013 Avorza Rolls Royce Ghost Mansory Edition - The Auto Firm by Alex Vega
2013 Avorza Rolls Royce Ghost Mansory Edition, done for Hanley Ramirez of the LA Dodgers





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2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom II EWB and Flexjet's Learjet 85 with Charlie Romero by RoadflyTV
Vehicle: 2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II EWB (Extended Wheelbase) Aircraft: 2013 Learjet 85 offered by Flexjet Host: Charlie Romero & Tammy Romero Executive Producer Charlie Romero decided to surprise his wife Tammy Romero on the occasion of their 13th wedding anniversary with fine wine, dinner, a chauffeured Rolls-Royce, and the new Learjet 85. Bombardier offers the new Learjet 85 to individuals looking to purchase fractional time in a private jet via their Flexjet subsidiary. To see additional pictures and technical specs of the 2013 Rolls-Royce as well as the new Learjet 85 please visit: http://www.roadfly.com Vehicle: 2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II EWB (Extended Wheelbase) Base Price: $470,295 Price as tested: $521,350 Engine: 6.75 Litre twelve-cylinder, direct injection Transmission: 8-speed automatic horsepower: 453 hp Torque: 531 lb-ft Fuel economy (EPA miles per gallon rating): 11 city / 19 highway MPG 0-60 MPH: 5.7 seconds Top Speed: 149 MPH Weight: 5,886 lbs. Aircraft: 2013 Bombardier Learjet 85 offered by Flex jet Engines: Pratt & Whitney turbojets turbofan thrust: 6,100 lbs. Range: 3,455 miles Maximum Speed: 541 MPH Cruising Speed: 528 MPH Avionics: Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion suite Other Standard Avionics: EFIS, IRS, IFIS, EFB, SVS, TAWS, FMS, Weather Radar Takeoff Distance: 4,600 ft. Landing Distance: 2,700 ft. Operating Altitude: 49,000 ft. Plane Length: 68.1 ft. Wingspan: 61.5 ft. Cabin Length: 24.75 ft. Cabin Width: 6.1 ft. Cabin Height: 5.91 ft. Maximum Takeoff Weight: 36,700 lbs. Roadfly.com - http://www.roadfly.com RoadflyTV.com - http://www.roadflytv.com Car Forum - http://www.roadfly.com/forums RoadflyTV - http://www.youtube.com/roadflytv Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/roadfly Twitter - http://twitter.com/roadfly IMDB - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1790415/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/117787360033180487526





2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection - Walkaround - 2012 Paris Auto Show
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Rolls-Royce Ghost Test Drive and Review-- Video Test Drive with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com A test drive in a 2010 Rolls-Royce with Chris Moran. Rich people are different from the rest of us. Their wants and needs involve parameters and details completely foreign to the proletariat. While we use our vehicles for transportation, utility and sport, the rich view their automobiles as a necessary accoutrement to their elevated lifestyles. For the ultra-wealthy, an appropriate equivalent might be an original Remington bronze or Picasso painting. And just as they need art in their mansions, they need beautiful transportation. The 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost lives up to those lofty requirements by simultaneously being a rolling work of art and a status symbol beyond reproach. Like access to the Queen, our time with the Ghost was strictly limited, so comprehensive driving impressions will have to wait. But what we did get was a rare glimpse into what the world's richest inhabitants will enjoy when the Ghost goes on sale this year. And as you'd expect, life is good on this side of the financial Bell Curve. In the world of automobiles, there are better vehicles than the 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost. Some may feature more complex and innovative engineering. Others may provide more performance. There are certainly more expensive and exclusive cars. But none of these facts matter. To those attracted to the newest, smaller Roller, what matters more is how the Ghost goes about its business of enhancing a well-off individual's life. Certainly, the engineering is solid. It's what you'd expect of Rolls-Royce's caretakers at BMW. Approximately 20-percent of what's used in the Ghost is related to the current and previous generation BMW 7 Series. In other words, Rolls-Royce started with premium stock and went no where but up. Certainly, the 2010 Ghost has more street presence than BMW's flagship. The differences are so great that most would never know the two were related, even with the knowledge that the hallowed British marque is under German control. The Ghost's lines are artfully drawn, not a bit fussy or over done. They are simple and elegant, and impart a sense of solidity. Important details such as the coach doors (otherwise referred to as "suicide" doors by the unwashed masses) allowed designers to make a single element of the front and rear door handles. The design simply looks right. Tiny details reinforce the aura, including the "RR" centers that spin freely within the wheels so the logo remains upright at all times. While there's not much to set the Rolls apart at the rear -- those chromed Exhaust tips are a $3,200 option -- up front the car's heritage is unmistakable. Set off by the optional $5,000 Silver Satin Bonnet finish, the smaller-than-on-the-Phantom recessed grille looks appropriately updated and none-too-large given its surroundings. The strong horizontal shape of the Xenon headlamps (with integrated running LEDs) accentuates the fenders and provides another familial styling cue. A single line of turn signal LEDs rest directly below the main lamps, and standard foglights would apparently be gauche. And, of course, one cannot overlook the Spirit of Ecstasy. She's been the brand's mascot since the very beginning, and looks remarkable for being 99 years old. She first adorned a Rolls-Royce in 1911, and has been used in various poses ever since. To protect against theft and in the event of a collision with a pedestrian, she quickly retracts into the faux radiator shell. Find her image in the gallery and look at how lovingly she was sculpted. If you look close enough, you can see how her young eyes look eagerly ahead. While setting a good example for all, her eager attitude is warranted given the performance available from the Ghost. Based on the twin-turbo V12 from the fourth-generation E66 7-Series, the Ghost's engine has been stroked from 6.0 to 6.6 liters and produces 563 horsepower at 5,250 rpm with 575 pound-feet of torque at just 1,500 rpm. The gearbox is based on a unit spreading through BMW's ranks, the excellent ZF eight-speed automatic.





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Rolls Royce Ghost - In Depth Tour & Showcase
Our Rolls Royce Ghost is the king of super-luxury cars, its suicide doors date back from the first few Rolls Royce's ever made. Its elegant interior captures Rolls Royce's tradition as it boasts pure wood and sumptuous leather which feels incredibly comfortable. The Rolls Royce Ghost also boasts an incredibly powerful V12 engine that produces 563 bhp enough to hurl the Ghost to 60 mph in less than 5 seconds. Key Features: Our Rolls Royce Ghost is Jubilee Silver, with a full Seashell interior. Other features include: • Satellite Navigation • Cruise Control • ABS • On Board Computer • Park Distance Control • Electric Seats • Climate Control • Adjustable Steering Column • Air Bag & passenger Air Bag • Power Steering • Electric Front Window • Bi-xenon Adaptive Headlights • Metallic Paint • Alarm System • Central Door Locking • LED Accented Headlights • CD Player • IPod Connectivity • Front Arm Rest • Airbag • Passenger Airbag • Rear/Side Blinds • Reversing Camera • 20 Inch Alloys • iDrive System Specifications & Technical Features: The Rolls Royce Ghost has a V12 engine which produces a fair 563 bhp. This gives the Rolls Royce Ghost an ability to hit 60 MPH in 4.7 seconds. Other features include: • Front Engined • Jubilee Silver • Petrol • Rear Wheel Drive • Right Hand Drive • V12 • Traction Control • Electronic Stability Program • 6,000 RPM Max Don't forget to subscribe to us by clicking the Subscribe button on top of this video! For more information on the Rolls Royce Ghost, visit the link below: http://www.signaturecarhire.co.uk/rolls-royce-hire-rolls-royce-ghost-2011-m odel-rental.aspx For more information about us, visit the link below: http://www.signaturecarhire.co.uk/ Like our Facebook Pages: http://www.facebook.com/signaturecarhire http://www.facebook.com/signatureweddingcarhire Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/signaturecar Add us to your Circle on Google+: https://plus.google.com/108819547730042401220/posts Video by: allphotolondon.com





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