I got a ride in a $416,000 Rolls-Royce – and the best features are in the back seat

Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge 2Hollis Johnson

It’s seems fair to say that anyone spending close to half-a-million on a car expects it to provide a driving experience like no other.

But when it comes to the Rolls-Royce Ghost, it’s not necessarily the driving experience that’s out of this world, but the back seat experience. We got a ride in a Rolls-Royce Ghost “Black Badge” edition – a roughly $306,000 car with more than $100,000-worth of luxurious add-on features – and it was out of this world.

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Here it is in all its glory: a $415,600 luxury Rolls-Royce.

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This Ghost featured Rolls-Royce’s “cobalto blue” leather interior option. It’s a bit cartoonish at first, but I grew to appreciate how the bright seats popped against the car’s black accents over time.

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The seats were roomy, comfortable, and even give back massages! It’s not the best massage function I’ve ever tried, but my lower back definitely felt better walking out of the car. The seats can move back-and-forth and also come with heat warmers.

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