Seeing as how the Ghost has turned out to be quite a success for Rolls-Royce, the English luxury car brand might branch out with a bevy of new models, aimed at continuing the company's strong momentum.
Inside Line is reporting that the BMW-owned automaker might create new versions of the Ghost, just as it did with the larger Phantom. These new models might include a stretched-wheelbase version, a coupe and a convertible. Many expect the long-wheelbase version to come first and feature a half a foot of extra length between the B- and the C-pillars, although the 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 will remain unchanged. The coupe and the convertible versions will follow.
Reports are also coming out that indicate Rolls-Royce is attempting to make their vehicles more environmentally friendly. That being said, there has been no information released that states how they're going to go about this. In fact, it might not even be necessary, as parent company BMW and collleagues at MINI are doing their part to take the carbon emission regulation pressure off of Rolls-Royce's back.