WE'VE KNOWN ABOUT it for quite some time: first as the RR4, then the 200EX and now, finally, as the Ghost. It's Rolls Royce's newest addition to its stable of high-end luxury sedans and, as these spy photos show, there's not a whole lot that's changed in the transition from concept to production car.
Wheels, bumpers, sheetmetal and brightwork are essentially unchanged, and even the wing mirrors appear to be the same as those previewed on the 200EX concept.
Rolls Royce does appear to have deleted the subtle tailpipe accents that featured on the 200EX's rump and the headlight lenses are also slightly changed, but by and large everything looks the same as the concept.
The Ghost will be powered by a 375+kw 6.6 litre V12 engine and production is scheduled to begin later this year. Local sales are expected to start early next year, with retail pricing estimated to hover around the $700,000 mark.