Rolls-Royce would never describe their cars as ‘sporty’ but do concede that the Ghost is the most driver-oriented four-door they make. The V-Specification turns up the dial a couple of extra graduations, not just because of the extra power but also through the design enhancements. Outside, you’ll notice the 21” part-polished five-spoke wheels and the V-Specification motif incorporated within the coachlines. Five special finishes are offered: Graphite, Black Sapphire, Black Kirsch, Arctic White and Infinity Black. Alternatively, any shade from a palette of over 44,000 colours can be specified as a cost option, as can visible chrome exhausts.
Inside, you enter the cabin over V-Specification treadplates; the same design signature also appears on the rear armrest and as a stainless steel inlay on the entertainment system cover. Contrast piping and stitching accentuate the contemporary, dramatic design theme. As a finishing touch, the dashboard-mounted clock features a black crown. The Ghost V-Specification is available for both standard and extended wheelbase bodies.