If you feel that the Rolls-Royce is a classic car and looks like one of those old-fashioned businessman designs, then you are gravely wrong because they have since moved with the times as the Ghost (of course the Phantom as well) looks modern, sophisticated and definitely aerodynamic. You will notice the proud double R emblem where it matters. In fact, without the emblem, it is classy enough.
Inside the car, you will notice some very nice looking designs in its 5 passenger configuration although it will surely be way more comfortable with 4 people. There are functions like the climate control, an analog clock and a heated compartment on each of the front doors for you to dry your umbrella. Imagine that. Apart from that, it also comes with the more ‘modern and contemporary’ fittings like the 10 channel amplifier and a 16 speaker surround system which comes with 2 floor mounted subwoofers. It also includes a 12.5 GB hard drive to store your digital music as well as USB and auxiliary input connectivity as well. of course this means you can also watch movies on the 9.2 inch LCD screens on the most appropriate places as well.
Priced at RM2.6 million, Quill Motorcars Sdn Bhd, who was recently announced as the distributor for Rolls-Royce cars for Malaysia is confident that their new Ghost would surely meet some very positive responses. At the preview of the 4 door super luxury model, Brenda Pek, the General Manager of South and East Asia Pacific said that they are pretty upbeat of its launch. She said that 3 out of every 4 Rolls-Royce sold would be the Ghost while the other one would come from the Phantom family.
She said “I expect the Rolls-Royce Ghost to have strong demand in Malaysia, as well as attract a broader set of buyers who have not considered a Rolls-Royce before,” while Datuk Michael Ong, the managing director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Kuala Lumpur said “The Rolls-Royce Ghost is receiving healthy interest in Malaysia and I have no doubt it will be a success in Malaysia with its unique blend of effortless dynamism,”