For 2012, the Rolls-Royce Ghost comes in two variations: the standard Ghost sedan and the Ghost Extended Wheelbase. The base sedan has a starting price around $250,000, while the Extended Wheel Base model has a starting price around $290,000. If you're looking for more room, you'll want to opt for the amazingly comfortable Extended Wheelbase version, but if you're looking for more power and a lower price, the base Ghost could be the vehicle for you.
The 2012 Ghost sedan is extremely powerful. It features a 6.6-liter V12 engine which generates a hefty 563 horsepower and 575 lb.-ft. of torque. This makes the Ghost even more powerful than the larger Phantom! The Ghost is also equipped with an AF eight-speed automatic transmission. Of course, all of this power does negatively impact the Ghost's fuel economy ratings, which are rated at 13 mpg city and 20 mpg on the highway. But, when you consider the fact that the Ghost charges from zero-to-sixty in only 4.8 seconds despite its weight and size, more trips to the gas pump may be worth it. In terms of power, the Ghost is on par with many smaller, lighter sports sedans. Top speed for the Ghost is 155 mph.
Inside, the base Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan boats many luxurious features, including: fully-automatic climate control, Cruise Control, a garage door opener, Intelligent airbags, an MP3 player, leather seating, a sixteen-speaker audio system, Rolls-Royce Assist telematics, and Voice Control. The Ghost also features Bi-Xenon headlights, daytime running lights, and wood & leather trim on the doors. Of course, the Ghost is also highly customizable, with packages and options that assure every driver will find what he/she is looking for in a vehicle. Of course, these options are pricey and can add up quickly, however. Overall, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is very well-appointed, and can be even more so with additional options.