Mansory uses ugly stick on Rolls-Royce Ghost

Mansory uses ugly stick on Rolls-Royce Ghost

German tuners Mansory are hell-bent on proving that no one can destroy the understated charm of the Rolls-Royce Ghost as well as them. Painted in gold and blue, the car is designed to attract the eye of customers in the United Arab Emirates, Middle East, and parts of Eastern Europe.

While the rest of the world is left asking why, they will still take notice of the performance upgrades on offer. Horsepower is pushed up by over 26% to a massive 710 hp from the standard 562 hp, and torque is increased from 780 Nm to 1,020 Nm. These figures are achieved by larger turbos, a sports manifold, new catalysers, and a remapped computer.

The upgrades have lead to a 0-100 km/h sprint time of just 4.4 seconds, shaving a half-second off the same measure for the stock Ghost. The Mansory Ghost can apparently hit a top speed of 310 km/h.

New blinging monoblock wheels measure 9×22 at the front and 10.5×22 in the back. The gold wheels are shod in Dunlop SP SportMaxx tires. If you can ever look further than the paintwork other exterior mods include changes to the front, side, and rear skirting. A new spoiler and exhaust system has also been fitted.

Interior appointments include quilted leather, suede roof liner, and trick LED lighting. There is bamboo trim inside that is matched on the steering wheel.

The Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in the next few days. Get your order in later this year.

German tuners Mansory are hell-bent on proving that no one can destroy the understated charm of the Rolls-Royce Ghost as well as them. Painted in gold and blue, the car is designed to attract the eye of customers in the United Arab Emirates, Middle East, and parts of Eastern Europe.

While the rest of the world is left asking why, they will still take notice of the performance upgrades on offer. Horsepower is pushed up by over 26% to a massive 710 hp from the standard 562 hp, and torque is increased from 780 Nm to 1,020 Nm. These figures are achieved by larger turbos, a sports manifold, new catalysers, and a remapped computer.

The upgrades have lead to a 0-100 km/h sprint time of just 4.4 seconds, shaving a half-second off the same measure for the stock Ghost. The Mansory Ghost can apparently hit a top speed of 310 km/h.

New blinging monoblock wheels measure 9×22 at the front and 10.5×22 in the back. The gold wheels are shod in Dunlop SP SportMaxx tires. If you can ever look further than the paintwork other exterior mods include changes to the front, side, and rear skirting. A new spoiler and exhaust system has also been fitted.

Interior appointments include quilted leather, suede roof liner, and trick LED lighting. There is bamboo trim inside that is matched on the steering wheel.

The Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in the next few days. Get your order in later this year.

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