When Rolls-Royce expands its model line-up, it's not difficult to foresee what's coming on stream. Now that the Phantom flagship has spawned four versions in the guise of a saloon, a long wheelbase version, a coupe and cabriolet, you could easily fathom what's going to happen in the smaller Ghost range.
Today, the Ghost has a four-door derivative joined by an extended wheelbase variant to please Asians, as it were, and the Wraith, a two-door fixed-top alternative.
No prizes for what's coming up next because, in the first place, a convertible wearing the Flying Lady badge up front appeals strongly in the US, a major market for Britain's most hi-so brand.
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