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I had the opportunity to drive a Rolls Royce Ghost

By Piyush on 13 October 2011

I had the opportunity to drive a Rolls Royce Ghost, the model that is known for its signature contemporary exterior styling and royalty class. The most engaging part of this premium sedan is of course its front grille structure which is a trademark to all Rolls Royce models. Among several functional features, Ghost is equipped with adjustable headlights, power adjustable outside rear view mirror, convertible top and outside rear view mirror turn indicator.

The highlight of this premium vehicle is its luxury-driven cabin that can provide a comfort seating for maximum five passengers at one time. The driving experience was quite comfortable because of features like power steering, remote fuel lid opening, multi-functional steering wheel, cruise control and front cup holder. Rear seated passenger seats are also well tended in terms of comfort with features including automated climate control, rear reading lamp, rear seat headrest, rear seat centre armrest, rear cup holder and rear seat air-conditioning vents.

My favourite feature, however, is the car's entertainment unit. The integrated remote controlled audio system has provisions for DVD/CD player and radio paired with front and rear seat high definition speakers. Driving a Rolls Royce model like Ghost that is powered with a number of high quality features, I could find one flaw about this royalty defined sedan.