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The Ghost, even though it is an entry level model for Rolls Royce still be out of reach of most new-car buyers. The list of standard and optional equipment is extremely long, but Rolls- Royce offers a seemingly endless list of additional features and customizations, based on the amount of money you can actually spend.
  The Ghost is capable of hitting 100 kmph in just 4.6 seconds. It is powered by the same V-12 that powers the Cullinan SUV so even a car of its size wafts along the road pretty well due to the strong engine and enough power to offer.
Ghost offers better driving dynamics than the last model, pointing to the all-wheel-steering system and 50/50 weight distribution as evidence that driving satisfaction played a significant role in the car’s development.
 With 5,546 mm L x 2,148 mm W x 1,571 mm H this is no normal sedan, it is a car of massive size and it’s size is truly felt on the road. If you go for this car be prepared to stand out from everyone else.
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FROM THE EDITOR

FROM THE EDITOR

Cars for every budget - December’s choice

Cars for every budget - December’s choice

Baleno VS Glanza

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Luxury of the month - December

Luxury of the month - December

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Someone We Miss - Blast from the past
Concept of the month - Aston Martin Valhalla
 Car of the month - Mercedes A45 S AMG

Someone We Miss - Blast from the past

Concept of the month - Aston Martin Valhalla

Car of the month - Mercedes A45 S AMG