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WATCH: The Rolls Royce Ghost was unveiled at the Rolls Royce showroom today and the price tag only 660K

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 23 Jul, 2021 05:21 PM
  • WATCH: The Rolls Royce Ghost was unveiled at the Rolls Royce showroom today and the price tag only 660K

WATCH: WOW The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Vancouver has added a brand new state-of-the-art vehicle to their luxury fleet. The launch party for the Rolls Royce Ghost took place at the Vancouver Showroom where this beauty worth a whopping $660K was unveiled.  

 Darpan's social media host Ish Sharma spoke to OpenRoad Auto Group Area General Manager Aly Jiwani to get some inside scoop about this masterpiece of a car!

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