Mansory has revealed their latest car tuning program on the Rolls-Royce Ghost, also known as the Baby Rolls. Prior to the Geneva Motor Show, this modified Rolls-Royce boasts a stunning blue and gold paint scheme. This definitely isn’t a color combination you see every day in the car world, but the gold does fit an almost half a million dollar car quite well. Featuring a new aero kit, the Ghost received a front skirt, gold grille between the headlights, side skirts, rear spoiler, and rear skirt. Now those are just the ‘baby’ details, here comes the good stuff.
If you don’t already know, the factory Rolls-Royce Ghost packs a powerful 6.6-liter V12 producing 570 hp. But Mansory took it even further with their ECU tuning by squeezing an extra 150 horses out of it. It now delivers an impressive 720 horsepower at 5,850 rpm, with a maximum torque of 1,020 Nm. The addition of larger turbochargers, sport catalysts, and an aftermarket manifold also contributed to these performance gains. The interior of the Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost is described as an oasis for luxury and goes perfectly with the exquisite exterior.
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one of the few cars ive wanted 2 own since ive been a teenager have been the rolls-royce, nissan 350Z 6spd manual trans., lambo gallardo, and murcielago, and a Saleen S7 twin turbo. so far this model of the rolls royce is magnificently beautiful. I trully would love 2 have one. but right now my money is going 2wards college this year.