Since there’s no such thing as an “entry-level” Rolls-Royce, perhaps its best to break down the company’s current offerings like this: the Ghost (which happens to be the least expensive Rolls-Royce) is targeted to those who prefer to drive themselves, while the Phantom is aimed at buyers who have people to do the driving for them.
That’s not to say that all Phantom owners prefer the back seat to the front, or even that all Ghost owners drive their own cars. Of the two models, the Phantom is the more luxurious, while the newer and smaller Ghost is the more entertaining to drive.
Don’t look for big changes to the Ghost lineup for 2013, though there will likely be special editions (like the Art Deco Ghost shown at the Paris Auto Show) introduced throughout the year. Like all Rolls-Royce models, personalization options for Ghost models are limited only by the buyer’s imagination and budget, and frequently-announced special models serve to...
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