Launched to ‘celebrate’ the 6.6 litre V12 engine, the V-Specification will only be available for order between January and June this year.
The outcome of this celebration is a boost in power to 442kW; up 22kW over the standard 6.6 litre V12-powered Ghost.
As a result, the 0-100km/h dash is now dealt with in 4.7 seconds (an improvement of 0.2 seconds), with 80 percent of the power output available from idle.
Customers can choose from five “specially-selected” exterior colours from the British carmaker’s 44,000-strong colour palate, along with optional 21-inch ‘part-polished’ wheels and visible chrome exhaust tips.
Passengers will know they’re travelling in a Ghost V-Specification, thanks to motifs in the tread-plates, front multimedia screen lid and rear armrest.
The interior also features an exclusively designed clock, with a black crown surrounding the face.
“Since its introduction in 2009, an extraordinary marriage of assured presence and remarkable driving dynamics has endeared Ghost to a new generation of highly discerning businessmen and women," Chief Executive of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, said.
"The Ghost has ensured its position as the statement of choice for a growing band of successful entrepreneurs around the world.”
Pricing for Australian customers has yet to be announced, but the ‘regular’ 2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost is currently priced at $645,000 and $695,000 for the Ghost Extended Wheelbase – both drive-away.