Revealed moments ago at the Beijing motor show, RR's built the SS in collaboration with its bespoke department - its highfalutin in-house custom shop - to appeal to sight, sound, aroma, taste and touch.
It's added a walnut burr and oak-banded dashboard, white paint and forged alloys to tick off sight. Sound's covered by an upgraded amplifier and "exciter" speakers hidden in the leather headlining. Smell gets serviced by soft-grain leather, which, according to RR adds "hints of the woody spice", and taste by a special coolbox with champagne flute carriers. Touch is covered by natural grain leather and acres of lambswool. Seriously; the stuff's everywhere. Even in the 490-litre boot.
Underneath the wood and leather there's the standard 6.6-litre 48-valve V12, which winds out 563bhp and 575lb ft of torque. Plenty power to put the fear of God into anything in the near distance.
Hints-of-the-woody-spice exponent, RR CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös, says, "Ghost Six Senses redefines a simple truth. A Rolls-Royce is always so much more than the sum of its beautiful parts. The Ghost Six Senses concept is a luxurious environment designed for the most discerning of individuals. It delights the senses and draws you into somewhere that transcends the interior of a car."
[Source: www.topgear.com ]