All eyes on the new Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12

All eyes on the new Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12

Ever since its introduction in 2009, the Rolls Royce Ghost is one the most successful models in the marque’s 116-year history. With the arrival of its second generation, the automaker introduced us to a world of change with a better upgrade. 

While the world wasn’t done with the latest gen offering of the Ghost yet, the German-based luxury car modification firm Mansory announced a new conversion kit for the Rolls Royce Ghost. Mansory’s latest creation, the Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12 is the new style statement with several carbon-fiber body panels.

Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12 rear

Now, a little backdrop on the tuner’s firm, Mansory was a firm that was established in 1989 and is renowned for its customizations. Besides its taste in luxury cars, the tuner also works on custom bikes, supercars, and luxury SUVs.

Talking of the revamped offering, the Mansory Ghost is a fine example of luxury with its glossy carbon-fiber bonnet that complements the latter’s new front bumper. The design enhancements in the car provide the Ghost with larger vents, an illuminated radiator grille, a carbon-fiber front lip, and four new LED daytime running light strips that are present on the lower front bumper.

Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12 rear

Other instances of carbon-fiber styling and sills of black accents can be seen around the door, mandarin-accented badge, and window surrounds which also receive a similar tint treatment. 

The new conversion kit that majorly focuses on carbon-fiber body panels also provides us with a strong styling effect at its rear. At its back, Mansory comes accompanied with two spoilers, one that can be seen on the tailgate, and the other at its rear glass. 

Talking of the power unit of the car, the Ghost packs a 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 petrol engine that has been adapted from the Phantom. At its stock setup, the 6.75-litre is sufficient enough to churn out a total of 570 hp, besides 850 Nm of peak torque.

Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12

Lastly, customers also have the option to upgrade their vehicle’s performance with Mansory’s new engine control unit, a new exhaust system, and beefier turbochargers that are complemented with high-performance catalytic converters. This new setup raises the output to 720 hp.

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