Black Badge variants have a new trio of neon colors available as part of the Neon Nights collection. The cullinan's color is Mirabeau Blue, inspired by a rare South American butterfly. It is paired with an artic white interior with lime green accents. Only four will be made.
Massaging ventilated rear seats are available in the Immersive seating option.
The Dawn gets Eagle Rock Red as its exclusive, limited to four units, Neon Nights color. No other changes.
2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost courtesy of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Press
The biggest news for the Ghost is the new, standard all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering. Borrowed from thew Cullinan, these systems help put traction down and greatly improve handling. The suspension continues the air-sprung system with adaptive shock absorbers that rely on road-facing cameras to adjust in preparation for irregularities in the road, but then adds a new and unique mass-dampening system to the top of the shock absorber to counteract small bumps, further improving the ride to a level of "floating" above the surface.
The sole engine at this time is the 6.6-liter twin-torbocharged V12, the same one standard in the Cullinan, driven through an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission to all four wheels. A Black Badge version with more power is inevitable.
The Ghost returns in two lengths with either a 129.7-inch wheelbase and a 218.3-inch length, or on extended wheelbase models a 136-inch wheelbase and 225 inches of length.
New driver assistance features include standard automatic rear braking (Active Park Distance Control), Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Path Warning and a driver alertness monitor. Keyless hands-free access, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control are now standard.