Rolls-Royce has released more details on the 2010 Ghost. The latest information reveals some of the car's advancements in chassis engineering.
One of the trademark traits of a Rolls-Royce is its ability to move gracefully and make acceleration, braking, handling all look effortless. As Rolls-Royce Engineering Director Helmut Riedl puts it, "The driver simply has to point the car in the preferred direction of travel and press the accelerator."
Behind the scenes, a dual Integrated Chassis Management system will be working to ensure this latest sedan is every bit as graceful as a Rolls should be.At the heart of the system is an intelligent four-corner air suspension and multi-link aluminum front and rear axles.
The air suspension is tuned to be so sensitive thatit can detect the movement of a rear passenger from one side of the seat to the other and compensate accordingly. The onboard computer is constantly monitoring various sensors around the car to ensure the best comfort and optimal steering and handling dynamics. The air suspension can also liftor kneel to raise or lower the car by 25mm.
The 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost will make its official debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Series production will begin sometime before the end of the year.