The German tuning company Mansory has revealed their second version of the custom package for the Rolls-Royce Ghost. This package spawned from the first blue-gold creation introduced in March at the Geneva Motor Show, and was sold by Prestige Cars in the UAE before it was even completed. As far as the exterior goes, the White Ghost Limited has features including a new white livery and front-end with LED daytime running lights along with vertical air outlets located on the sides under the serial cooling grill. Their Rolls-Royce also features new rear view mirrors on each side, new side skirts, and a new rear spoiler including rear apron with diffuser. To complete their visual upgrades and theme of the Ghost, these tuning experts added a perfect dual sport exhaust system.
As for performance upgrades, the German car tuning company added a few specialty items of their own. The original specifications place the Rollys-Royce Ghost Limited at 570PS (420kW) which was then modified to exert 638PS (469kW) at 5,700 rpm. Maximum torque was also increased from 780Nm to a massive 860Nm, an increase of nearly 100. With these mods, the new White Ghost Limited is able to move the 2360kg luxury car from 0-100km/h (62mph) in about 4.5 seconds, making it .4 seconds quicker compared to the stock version. To top it off, max speed is no longer limited to the 250km/h, but increased to 290km/h.
When it comes to rims, the Mansory team replaced the stock wheels with 22-inch diamond polished rims mounted on the 9-inch front axel. The massive wheels are wrapped in 265/35 Dunlop SP SportMaxx high-performance tires. For the rear, a 10.5-inch wheel can be found with 295/30 tires.
According to the tuners at Mansory, the interior is an “oasis of luxury.” The majority of the car wrapped in leather with a cross-stitched pattern, the White Ghost features the dashboard and headliner covered in Alcantara leather. They also added a new sport steering wheel along with light and dark bamboo leather to create the best atmosphere. To finish it off, the Rolls-Royce Ghost was fitted with illuminated entryways and lighting effects in the door panels, seats, and a dashboard featuring LED lighting. Not to mention the two TV’s in the back of the seats!