It is not easy to entrust a Rolls-Royce to tuning specialists, but the Germans at Spofec have successfully taken care of the new Ghost.
Spofec (for “SPirit OF ECstasy”) is the department of the German preparer Novitec specializing in the preparation of models of the Rolls-Royce brand. After the Wraith Black Badge, here is a new personalization and performance pack intended for the second generation of the Ghost.
The power of the 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 in the new Rolls-Royce Ghost has been increased to 685 horsepower and 985 Nm of torque, thanks to an additional unit called “Spofec N-Tronic.”
They allowed an increase of no less than 114 horsepower and 135 Nm of torque compared to the original configuration. Performance is up, with a 0 to 100 km / h swallowed in 4.5 seconds, or 0.3 seconds better, while the top speed remains limited to 250 km / h.
As an option, an active stainless steel exhaust system is also available, offering a sportier sound to the luxury sedan.
Spofec Rolls-Royce Ghost: discreet personalization
Unlike Mansory’s eccentricity, Novitec Spofec prefers discretion: aesthetically, this Ghost offers carbon-fiber bodywork elements, such as a revised front bumper with more oversized air intakes, side vents, side sill extensions, a discreet rear spoiler, as well as a redesigned rear apron.
Of particular note is the superb 22-inch Vossen forged rims, enhanced by the “Spofec Can-Tronic” air suspension, which lowers the trim level by 40 mm.
The interior is fully customizable to the customer’s taste. In this example, they trimmed the interior in black leather with contrasting orange accents, matched with shiny black inserts on the dashboard and center console.
Spofec has not specified a price for this preparation for the new Ghost, but given the number of luxurious materials used, such as carbon fiber, it is already looking expensive. A standard Rolls-Royce Ghost is already selling for a check for around 300,000 euros, excluding options.