Rolls-Royce is planning a facelift for its smaller Ghost model, as spy photos are showing here today.
But people willing to lunk down the sort of cash required for a Rolls-Royce Ghost — set trajectory north of the quarter-million-dollar mark — don’t want their car to look dated. Given that, the alterations will be minor.
New headlights and minor front bumper changes make the car look more like its new Wraith cousin. The side mirrors are also reshaped and the exhaust is hidden.
When the Wraith debuted several weeks ago during this year’s Geneva Motor Show, it debuted the brand’s satellite-aided transmission (SAT). The system is supposed to predict terrain to predetermine the ideal gear selection. It isn’t clear if that will make it into the facelifted Ghost, but it will come with an updated satellite navigation and infotainment system.
The 6.2-liter V12 engine is also expected to be massaged for more power and lower emissions.