Over 100 years later, Rolls-Royce paid homage to that iconic vehicle by naming their new full-size luxury sedan after it. The Rolls-Royce Ghost was introduced in 2009 and joined the lineup for the 2010 model year. While it could never take over the flagship slot held by the Phantom, it has been an important member of the lineup ever since. The Ghost has been available in and of itself since 2009. In 2011, an extended wheelbase version of the vehicle was introduced with the same powertrain but slightly more space. For the 2013 model year, both the original Ghost and the Ghost Extended Wheelbase received facelifts. New V-Specification models were introduced for both a couple of years later, leading into the Ghost Series II introduction at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Visual updates were implemented first and foremost, among other great enhancements. In 2016, both the regular and extended wheelbase versions of the Ghost Series II were upgraded with enhanced torque, and in 2016 the Ghost Black Badge was introduced with a superior powertrain all around. Now, rumors are swirling about the Ghost Series III, and we cannot wait for it to be unveiled. If you see a Ghost that you might be interested in in our inventory, don’t hesitate to let us know.