Nothing but love for this 685hp Rolls-Royce Ghost tuned by Spofec
When it comes to the world of custom and modified Rolls-Royce models, a few names tend to pop up in the argument of who's the best. One name, in particular, is Spofec, and their latest work on the iconic Rolls-Royce Ghost really helps to put them as the favourite in this particular argument.
The German-based company did quite a bit to make this particular Rolls-Royce Ghost a livelier and sportier machine without compromising on its good and classic facade. Carbon bodywork components were used to present their own interpretation into the mix together with a set of 22-inch Vossen forged wheels as well as lowering it down by 40mm.
And they didn't forget about enhancing its power output, either. The Ghost's 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine was already very athletic in its stock state of 571hp and 850Nm of torque. Spofec took it up a notch by tuning it to produce 685hp and 958Nm of torque. This translates to a 0-100km/h sprint in just 4.5 seconds.
They also added a bit of fun via its own developed stainless-steel sport exhaust with actively controlled exhaust flaps. Owners can keep things on a down low while roaming to residential areas, but you can let the exhaust roar with a touch of a button once you roll past one of those annoying neighbours. Sweet.