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Rolls Royce Ghost App - Web Exclusive

Rolls-Royce announces its first app for iPhone and iPod touch.

May 5, 2010

ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST iPHONE APP

You know the world has changed when Rolls-Royce announces its first app for iPhone and iPod touch is available from the App Store.

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The app allows potential customers and enthusiasts to configure their own Ghost. It allows users to choose from thousands of design combinations available to Ghost customers.

Available exterior options include 12 standard paint finishes, three different wheel styles, visible exhausts as well as a Silver Satin hood; an option exclusive to Rolls-Royce Ghost.

The car's interior can be specified in eight different leather colors and five veneer designs, including contemporary woods such as Dark Wenge and Malabar. After designing their Ghost, users can save their designs in a virtual garage. The new Ghost App also provides a gallery of Ghost images and films. There's also a function to search for the nearest Rolls-Royce dealer, in case the urge takes you...

For users with an interest in the technical details of the Ghost, the app features a specifications section. The Rolls-Royce Ghost App is available free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore

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