Rolls-Royce launched its Black Badge versions of the Ghost and Wraith in early 2016, hoping to target younger buyers. Alas, a few people from the younger generation have $400,000 to buy a Rolls Royce Ghost Black. The Rolls-Royce features a blacked-out exterior and colourful interior options, but it is certainly not for many older folks.
In an effort to show us how the Ghost Black Badge appeals to millennials, Engineering Explained spent a little bit of time with the luxury sedan, exploring all of its tiny details and eye-catching features.
The most notable element of the Ghost Black Badge is the carbon alloy wheels which have a 22 layer of carbon fibre folded back on themselves to create 44 individual layers. Rolls-Royce then bonded the rim to the aircraft-grade aluminium hub with titanium fasteners.
The interior of the Ghost Black Badge is bathed in blue and black leather and is far from subtle, some may think the bright interior looks tacky, while others would call is classy. The Rolls-Royce also features a hulking 6.6-liter twin turbocharged V12 engine producing 604 horsepower!
Have a look at the video below to see more about the Ghost Black Badge: