There is technically only one Ghost, but you can order a Ghost Extended with more rear legroom.
In the powertrain department, Rolls-Royce keeps it simple. You get a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 that produces 563 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, sent to an AWD system via an intelligent eight-speed automatic transmission.
The Ghost is highly customizable, but Rolls-Royce includes a long list of standard features to begin with. These include power-adjustable heated front and rear seats, a power-adjustable heated steering wheel, dual-zone climate control systems for the front and rear passengers, an infotainment system with all the latest connectivity features, and a CD player. Voice-activated navigation with real-time traffic information is also standard, as is an 18-speaker sound system.
Standard driver assistance features include active cruise control with a stop and go function, blind-spot monitoring, forward and rear collision detection with automatic braking, lane-keep assist, lane-departure warning, a 360-degree camera system, and night vision.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost has a base MSRP of $332,500, excluding the destination charge of $2,750. You also have to pay the gas guzzler tax, adding another $2,600 to the price.
It's not as simple as that, however. There is no such thing as a base Ghost, as the various customization options are as alluring as the badge.
However, we can provide some insight into the actual price of Ghost ownership. As part of the Ghost's global media launch, Rolls-Royce built eight demonstrators with the most popular features equipped. The average cost of these cars works out to $430,000 or roughly $100,000 more than the base price.
Rolls-Royce doesn't offer something as rudimentary as optional packages. If you're designing Ghost on the online configurator, there are several accessories and upgrades you can add. These include a gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy, a Rhodium Silver hood, picnic tables, contrast lambswool floor mats, rear privacy glass, and rear compartment curtains.
Going the Bespoke route requires a visit to the dealer if only to explain your vision in person. Rolls-Royce's Bespoke department states that it will bring your unique vision to life.
So if you want a Ghost with Zebra-clad seats and a custom gun rack, it is possible. Questionable, but possible.
There is only one model, but you can choose the wheelbase. If you will be driven around, go for the Ghost Extended. If you're doing the driving, go for the normal Ghost.