2017 Rolls Royce Ghost

Jake C. and Brandon B.

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These are the coach doors.

Rolls Royces are REALLY nice cars, they are luxury cars and they are one of the most expensive luxury cars on the market today. The Rolls Royce Ghost has coach doors. This means that the doors on the front are normal, but the doors on the back have the hinges on the opposite side of an everyday car. 

Now, let’s talk about the technical stuff. It has 563 hp (Hp stands for horsepower). When cars weren’t around they used horses to travel. Basically horsepower means how many horses it equals. So back when we didn’t have cars the Rolls Royce Ghost would equal the amount of 563 horses! Now, let’s talk about the miles per gallon (MPG). It has a 21.8 gallon fuel tank capacity. In the city you will get 12 MPG. On the highway you will get 19 MPG. When you have a full tank and you use every drop of gas you will go 261.6 miles and on the highway you will go 414.2 miles. 

 

Although this car is really nice, it has a pretty large price tag. This car is a whopping $305,800! It is 213 inches long, 77 inches wide, and 61 inches in depth. That’s pretty big for a car. It weighs 5,490 lbs.

This is the Gold Plated Spirit of Ecstasy, when you lock the car and you aren’t inside the car, the Spirit of Ecstasy goes down inside the car so people can’t rip it of the car and steal it.

Did I mention the Spirit of Ecstasy? The Spirit of Ecstasy is a hood ornament on the Rolls Royce. You can choose between five different Spirit of Ecstasys. Those five choices are, the Standard Spirit of Ecstasy, the Solid Silver Spirit of Ecstasy, the Illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy, the Gold Plated Spirit of Ecstasy, and the Uplit Spirit of Ecstasy. An interesting thing that the Spirit of Ecstasy does is, when you lock the car and you are not driving it, the Spirit of Ecstasy goes inside the hood so people can’t steal it. 

 

In conclusion, the Rolls Royce Ghost is a really nice car.

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6 Responses to “2017 Rolls Royce Ghost”

  1. Gavin on November 2nd, 2017 9:39 am

    dude this is sick 563 horses

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  2. Mrs. Gansert on November 2nd, 2017 11:02 am

    Wow! Great description of this car! I think I would be afraid to drive it – you make it sound so impressive!

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  3. Mrs. Lizza on November 2nd, 2017 1:28 pm

    Wow! That is one fancy car! I love all the information you provided!

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  4. john on November 3rd, 2017 8:40 am

    cool car but not the car for me

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  5. cody bengel on November 16th, 2017 11:16 am

    That is a nice car for me i like going fast thank you for telling me about your car

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  6. Tony on November 16th, 2017 11:18 am

    This car is so different then any other car I’ve ever seen so this is definitely worth it’s price tag and I hope to have a car like this one day.

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