Rolls-Royce's Ghost Series II gets its own wifi hotspot

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Unveiled on Tuesday at the  Geneva Motor Show,  the new luxury car boasts the perfect combination of performance, comfort and connectivity, making it the ideal car for captains of industry, entrepreneurs and successful business people.

According to the company’s CEO, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, that was Rolls-Royce’s brief when it set out to improve on the original car and as such the external changes are subtle — new headlights, a more tapered nose, tweaked front and rear bumpers.

However, inside, the car gets a wifi hotspot and a reworked multimedia interface for front and rear passengers and new seats. These seats actually have business and relaxation adjustment settings.

And to make sure that nothing disturbs the occupants, the Satellite Aided Transmission system (SAT), which debuted on the Ghost’s sportier brother, the Wraith, last year, is also included. This clever system uses information from the satnav system regarding conditions and the road ahead to preemptively adjust the car’s gear selection for an even smoother ride.

On unveiling Ghost Series II to a packed hall in Geneva’s Palexpo, Torsten Müller-Ötvös said, “The Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is the ultimate entrepreneur’s business tool. Following the worldwide success of its predecessor, I am confident that this re-designed and updated Rolls-Royce will continue to attract increasing numbers of new customers to the marque, in particular business entrepreneurs seeking an oasis of calm in a frenetic business world.”