Rolls Royce’s Ghost Model – The Brand New Luxury Variant

Rolls Royce’s Ghost Model – The Brand New Luxury Variant

The newly launched variant of Ghost model by the ultra-luxury car maker, Rolls Royce has struck a starting price of Rs 3.05 crore in order to tap the growing luxury car market. British company has already announced that Ghost Extended Wheelbase powered by a 6.6 litre petrol engine will be soon available in the markets. Business Development Head at Rolls-Royce India said that demand for luxury cars is growing rapidly in India and they want to tap the market with the launch of this new model.

The company is also anticipating that every third car being sold in India would be the new Ghost Extended Wheelbase, but for the time being they do not want to put a number to it. He also added that although exact numbers cannot be expected for now, but they are very optimistic for this year and so they are strictly working hard to expand the market.

Last year, company sold almost 80 units in the country and now it is planning to expand the network. Additionally, India being one of the major markets for the brand in Asia, it is looking forward to enhance …

Tesla Ends Roadster Production – Tesla Model X Crossover Next?

Tesla Ends Roadster Production – Tesla Model X Crossover Next?

Tesla Motors, one of the original electric vehicle start-up companies and currently the most important player out of the few that remain, recently reiterated its plans to end production of its all-electric sports car, the Tesla Roadster, by the end of 2011. The Tesla Roadster has been Tesla Motors’ main money-maker ever since it was released, with the first hundred units selling out in three weeks and the second hundred in just under a year from its release date.

Why then would Tesla end production of the vehicle that made them a household name in the electric car industry? It could have something to do with Tesla Motors’ primary stated goal as a company, which is not simply to make a profit and allow its CEOs to retire in style, but to increase the variety and popularity of electric vehicles on today’s car market. Selling its cars is only one of the three ways Tesla has declared as a strategy to accomplish this goal.
The other two involve selling the technology in Tesla’s electric motors to other car manufacturers to help them along the EV path, and providing a positive …