It seems like Rolls-Royce has been busy lately with their cars showing us facelifted versions of the Rolls-Royce Phantom and Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show in March and now, spies have caught this Rolls-Royce Ghost Coupe prototype testing in the UK.
There were rumours that the Rolls-Royce Ghost range would expand into a saloon, coupe and convertible following the Rolls-Royce Phantom and this is proof that the plan is underway.
Even with the camouflage, the Coupe’s curvature shows it’s a Ghost derived coupe. With the grille being split into three parts for a sportier look, Rolls-Royce has really showed their sporty potential.
At the rear, a spoiler has been attached to cover the area of where the windscreen meets the boot but the production version will be much more smooth and rounded.
Performance won’t be compromised as we expect to see the same 563BHP 6.6 V12 engine as the saloon but there will be reworked suspension to make it sportier while keeping it traditional and comfortable.
The Ghost Coupe will go on sale around 2013 costing around £230,000, but why wait? You can hire a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead or a Rolls-Royce Ghost and get future insight of what the Rolls-Royce Ghost Coupe will be like.