Luxury cars and their special style have always been the passion of Kourosh Mansory, the owner and namesake of Mansory. Production on the highest technical level combined with masterly craftsmanship and most precious materials represent the quality standard of the tuning brand. Harmonically designed aerodynamics program, ultra-light aluminium rims and powerful engine performance enhancements are the basis of the Mansory technology program. Criticized by some, appreciated by others, Mansory quietly does what he knows best: tuning programs. And the latest one is applied on the Rolls Royce Ghost Series II.
Mansory offers a new bodykit for the Rolls Royce Ghost Series II which is composed from an updated front bumper, a new grille, side skirts, and a modestly restyled rear apron. The luxurious vehicle also received wider carbon fiber fenders. The sedan is also equipped with a lightweight carbon fiber hood and a discreet boot lid lip. The sound of the car is also modified via a new bespoke sport exhaust system with stainless steel pipes.
The Mansory program includes a power boost, too. The V12 engine producing as standard 563 bhp and 780 Nm of torque has been submitted to some tricks so that now it can generate 652 hp / 479 kW and 1,050 Nm at 1,500 rpm. Mansory played the card of a reprogrammed ECU and now the vehicle can run the 0- 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.3 seconds being able to get to a maximum speed of 280 km/h. A new set of 22-inch alloys, and a 55 mm lowered suspension system are also offered, as well as leather and Alcantara upholstery, and different carbon fiber and aluminum trim parts. Judge for yourself if it’s worth the investment on your Rolls Royce.
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