Controversial tuner Mansory has released a visual & power package for the recently introduced Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II.
Work started on the outside where there is a new front apron hosting bigger air inlets and optional LED daytime running lights, along with carbon wings and a redesigned hood also manufactured from carbon fiber. Other changes include reworked side skirts, fresh rear apron, integrated stainless steel exhaust pipes and a subtle rear spoiler lip.
The stock wheels were removed to make room for Mansory's silver monoblock cast 22-inch alloys wrapped around in 265/35/22 front and 295/30/22 rear Vredestein tires. The Ghost Series II also benefits from automatic leveling adapted by a control unit and new coupling rods which have lowered the center of gravity by 50mm.
Under the carbon fiber hood it's the same V12 6.6-liter turbo engine but output has been increased from 570 HP (420 kW) and 780 Nm (575 lb-ft) to 652 HP (479 kW) and a massive 1,050 Nm (774 lb-ft) of torque. The added oomph was obtained by installing a new exhaust system and tweaking the control unit which have allowed the vehicle to run the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in 4.3 seconds before topping out at 174 mph (280 km/h).
The very appealing color combo of the exterior has been carried over inside the cabin where Mansory is offering a wide variety of materials such as leather, Alcantara, wood, aluminum and carbon fiber.