Non Status Car Leasing ideas – Rolls Royce Comes Up With Ghost Coupe
You never really hear any news about Rolls Royce, but lately they have been pretty busy. In the March Geneva Motor Show, Rolls Royce revealed newly face lifted cars, like the Phantom and its Coupe counterpart, and not forgetting the Phantom Drophead Coupe. Many customers of MSG Cars might well dream of driving a Rolls Royce at some point and while using our Non Status Car Leasing deals to get approved is a sure fire way for those with poor credit to drive an awesome car it might not stretch to the high end price of one of the latest Rollers!
Fast forward a few months later, a new car has just been caught doing tests on UK roads – and it seems that the Rolls Royce Ghost Coupe may very well make an official appearance soon.
There have been a lot of rumours going around that Rolls Royce would expand the Ghost lineup and it looks like that is really happening. Initially, Rolls Royce was considering three variants – a sedan, coupe and a convertible just like the Phantom. Now it seems like Rolls Royce is rolling out the Coupe.
Even with the test mule wearing the thick camouflage, the front end is unmistakably a Ghost’s, with slot-like headlight on each side of the car. The lower grille has also been split into three parts to give the Ghost Coupe a sportier look.
Probably the biggest change to the Coupe is its profile. The roof is lowered and sharply falls away. Perhaps Rolls Royce is also trying to make the car a little more practical, so there are also suicide doors at the back.
A rather big spoiler has also been attached at the back of the car to obscure the area where the boot meets the rear windscreen. Fear not though, as it may look ugly now, the final version of the car will come with a spoiler that will look a lot more subtle and refined than the one showed here.
The Ghost Coupe is expected to be powered by the same 6.6-liter V12 536bhp engine like the sedan but it will be fitted with a tweaked suspension system which should improve driving performance while still keeping true to Rolls Royce’s philosophy of a smooth sailing and comfortable ride.
Since the Ghost Coupe looks ready as it is – minus the spoiler – it should hit the showrooms next year but expect to shell out £230,000 for one. If you have a slightly lower budget MSG Cars Non Status Car Leasing can provide instant £25,000 approval so you can source your own vehicle upto 6 years old if need be.