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Rolls-Royce is known for producing luxury cars, but of late the automaker has started producing cars that not only boast of the quality that this iconic British marquee is known for, but are limited edition cars as well. This year, Rolls-Royce has announced two variations of its popular luxury saloon, the Ghost.
A few weeks ago, to celebrate the Year of the Horse (which will begin on January 31), Rolls-Royce unveiled its Ghost Majestic Horse. The car’s interior has headrests and cushions with equine symbols embroidered on them, and a contemporary version of the traditional symbol that depicts the Chinese horse is hand-crafted on the dash-board. Horse motifs can also be seen on the doors, while two-toned horse appliqués are emblazoned on the front vendors.
Under the hood, this limited edition Ghost features a 6.6-litre twin-turbocharged, V12 engine that can produce up to 563 hp. It is available in grey and silver.