It's just been a few months that a brand new generation of the Rolls-Royce Ghost was shown to the world for the very first time. And the car hasn't taken too long to come to India. Its been launched in both standard and the long-wheelbase version, which is called the Ghost extended. But we get you up close and personal with the standard version. new Ghost is built on the company's new aluminium spaceframe architecture, which also underpins its flagship model Phantom, and the company's first-ever SUV - the Cullinan. It is now longer by 89 mm and wider by 30 mm. On the front, you get the signature chrome grille with 20 LEDs underneath to create an illuminated effect. The new laser headlamps come with more than 600 metres of illuminated range. The car gets an arched roofline with blacked-out pillars, while the rear comes with almost squared LED taillamps. Under the hood is the 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine developed exclusively for Ghost. The motor is tuned to produces 563 bhp and 850 Nm of torque.