2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Suspension Explained

  • Tuesday 11th August 2020

Perfection can’t be rushed, and that is why the 3rd generation of the Rolls-Royce Ghost is their most comfortable car to-date. What started with rumors can now be confirmed thanks to this unlisted upload by Rolls-Royce USA. The new Ghost has finally been divorced from the BMW 7-Series. They have shared chassis and suspension parts for decades, so its long overdue for the Ghost to become independent.

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To give us the ultimate ride, the car has All Wheel Drive, All Wheel Steering, and “Planar Suspension”. While it could be airbags with magnetic shocks, we think it could be a servo on the sway bars to instantly adjust to road conditions. This embodies the Ghost’s new design theme “Post Opulence”. It is not gaudy or presumptuous, just an amazing hand-built English sedan. The aluminum space frame is welded by hand, and the interior will have acres of hand-stitched leather. Targeting a younger audience with the latest in technology is a leap forward for the brand, so stay with us for all your ghostly updates.

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