http://www.motorauthority.com/new-details-on-rolls-royces-upcoming-rr4-sedan.html This is a very nice looking car but there's something about the headlights i dont like. Rolls-Royce is currently developing a brand new model positioned below the Phantom for launch in early 2010, with the new car expected to double the number of vehicles built by the ultra-luxury automaker each year. The car will be called the Ghost and these latest spy shots confirm that it will be heavily influenced by the 2009 Rolls-Royce EX200 concept car. The Ghost essentially resembles a vehicle with modern Rolls-Royce lines in a slightly smaller package than the current Phantom. Design elements such as the elevated prow, long bonnet, short front overhang, sharply raked A-pillar and elegant tail should give it an air of informal presence, while also allowing for a sportier appearance. The vehicle features a pair of suicide-style rear-hinged doors in the back, and is designed to comfortably seat five adults. It stretches roughly 5,399mm in length, 1,948m across and stands 1,550m in height. According to its designers, the interior will be kept deliberately clear. The controls will be neatly sculptured, with more important functions emphasised by accents of chrome. As for the rest of the cabin, you will only find the finest in leather and natural wood trim and plenty of mood lighting. Drive will come from a 6.6L turbocharged V12, with an 8-speed gearbox sending power rearward. Power at the crankshaft is expected to top 500hp (373kW). The engine itself may be a bit smaller than the Phantom line's powerplant, but output is still very healthy. Production will start at the company’s Goodwood manufacturing facility on the south coast of England later in the year.