No, this Rolls doesn't see dead people. It's a Ghost that sees people wrapped in even more bespoke richness than the usual uber-sedan.... via JustLuxe.com
Rolls-Royce has revealed Ghost Six Senses concept at the Auto China in Beijing. The Ghost Six Senses concept takes the richness of experience that comes as standard with any Rolls-Royce to a new level of sensory indulgence. “The Ghost Six Senses concept is a luxurious environment designed for the most discerning of individuals,” commented Torsten [...]
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The Rolls-Royce Ghost Six Senses concept has been unveiled at the 2012 Beijing motor show, revealing an ultra-luxury limousine designed to appeal to the conscious and subconscious of the world’s most exclusive automobile customers. The famous BMW-owned British manufacturer says … Continue reading ?
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Posted on 04.23.2012 16:00 by Simona Filed under: Rolls-Royce | sedan | concept cars | luxury cars | Beijing Auto Show | Rolls-Royce Ghost | 2012 | Cars | Car Reviews | Rolls Royce Rolls Royce has unveiled a very cool Ghost Concept at...Show More Summary
No this, Rolls doesn't see dead people. It's a Ghost that sees people wrapped in even more bespoke richness than the usual uber-sedan. Or, as Rolls-Royce puts it in inimitably over-the-top fashion, Ghost Six Senses Concept is "a highly-bespoke luxury model that encapsulates the richness of experience that comes as standard with any Rolls-Royce and...
Rolls-Royce has unveiled a new concept based on its Ghost sedan.
www.ZerCustoms.com - Rolls Royce revealed today a new concept, based on the Ghost, which is called th... [...]
Michel Ancel's underrated platformer makes more sense than ever on PS Vita. Without Rayman, it would be no exaggeration to assert that we wouldn't have Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Ghost recon or Rainbow Six: Michel Ancel's odd-looking character with the disconnected limbs bankrolled Ubisoft in its early days. Show More Summary
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