Rolls-Royce unveiled the Ghost in 2010 as a more driver-oriented alternative to the stately Phantom sedan. Ghost comes in two flavors, which include the standard wheelbase and extended wheelbase models. For those who wish to drive Ghost, the standard wheelbase is incredibly comfortable, yet offers confidence and stability in its handling characteristics. The standard wheelbase Ghost can be configured with the V Specification package that adds an extra flavor of sportiness and edginess to the Ghost. Ghost offers an incredible amount of luxury for both front and rear passengers, especially the Ghost EWB, which adds an additional 7 inches to the wheelbase of Ghost SWB for the ultimate in rear passenger comfort. Rolls-Royce offers complete customization through its bespoke program, which allows the owner to completely tailor Ghost to make it one-of-a-kind. Ghost Series II now features the new satellite-aided transmission that adapts based on GPS signals that provide information about the appropriate gear during cornering. The new Ghost and Wraith feature enhanced customization through Rolls-Royce's new Black Badge trim, which gives Ghost a much bolder and youthful presence while also being tailored to a more dynamic drive.