The New Rolls-Royce Ghost Has Zest Despite Being Less Flamboyant

The latest iteration of the Rolls-Royce Ghost is less ostentatious than its predecessors but still deliveries the oomph and luxury expected from the brand. The imperious vehicle was fully revealed on September 1, 2020, and instantly grabbed the attention of automobile aficionados.

The New Rolls-Royce Ghost

What Is New?

The only holdovers from the Ghost’s previous generation are the door-tucked umbrellas and the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament. Unlike previous models, which were built on the same platform as the F01 BMW 7 Series, this version sits on a skeleton called “the Architecture of Luxury”, the same used for the Cullinan and the new Phantom.

The New Rolls-Royce Ghost

For this Ghost, the company went with a cleaner-looking shape and elegant design that whisper opulence instead of shouting about it. The designer removed all unnecessary lines for a more minimalist appearance that is more appealing to younger buyers, which is the vehicle’s main target group.

What Makes the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Special?

It’s a Rolls-Royce Ghost so pretty much everything about it is special. The fit and finish are immaculate while the attention to detail is on a whole other level. The company upgraded the suspensions for a more comfortable, stress-free, and relaxing experience.

The automobile is equipped with well-padded leather seats and a Starlight headliner that can be arranged in any constellations of the buyer’s choice. The thin-rimmed steering wheel is perfectly positioned so drivers can rest their elbows on the armrests while driving.

The New Rolls-Royce Ghost, the interior

Under the hood is a 563 horsepower 6.75 L twin-turbocharged V12 petrol engine with an 8-speed automobile transmission. The new Ghost has 627 lb-ft of torque, which offers drivers prompt and smooth acceleration at any speed.

While the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost is described as a “post-opulence” vehicle by the company, there is nothing common or mundane about this impressive automobile that offers its owners the ultimate driving experience.

Karter Nikita Bedrin Will Debut in Car Racing at F4 UAE

Nikita Bedrin is a Russian karter who was one of the star rookies of senior karting in 2020. Now, he is about to go to single-seater racing in the Formula 4 UAF with a racing team. The star karter was among the leading contenders in junior karting during 2019 and managed to finish second in the WSK Final Cup, as well as third in the WSK Euro Series. In 2020, he moved to OK karts and won the Champions of the Future and WSK Super Master Series.

Nikita Bedrin Signed With Xcel for the 2021 Season

Nikita Bedrin during his time as an SMP Racing junior driver. Nikita Bedrin had great performances in the CIK-FIA World and European championships, and that led to him signing with Xcel for the 2021 F4 UAE season. During his karting career, Bedrin was also one of SMP Racing’s junior drivers. Regarding his abilities, the team principal for Xcel Kevin Day said that Bedrin was, without a doubt, one of the hot young talents coming out of karting. Day also pointed out that Bedrin had won multiple races at the highest level in karting, which indicated that he has what it takes to repeat that success in Formula 4.

Xcel Will Help Nikita Bedrin Transition Into Car Racing

Experts say the team at Xcel will make sure its new star drivers are all set and ready for the new season. The five-round event will begin at the Dubai Autodrome in the middle of January 2021. Three of the races will take place at the Dubai Autodrome while the other two will be at the Yas Marina Circuit. Eight teams in total will compete for the grand prize.

Nikita Bedrin

Nikita Bedrin will join Matias Zazageta, Dilano Van’t Hoff, and Tasanapol Inthraphuvasak in Xcel’s new line-up. While 3Y Technology has signed Saud Al Saud as a new name for their team, Mucke Motorsport and the alliance between Motorscape and Dragon Racing have not yet announced any of their signed drivers.

Formula 4 was created to give young kart drivers around the world the chance to enter the world of single-seater racing.