Rolls-Royce Black Badge is the label under which the British luxury auto manufacturer offers the top-of-the-line versions of its various model series. SPOFEC, a NOVITEC GROUP Company that specializes in the high-end refinement of Rolls-Royce, revealed its own variant of the current Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost. The company improved the four-door’s driving dynamics and created even more thrilling looks.
Rolls-Royce’s twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 delivers 696 hp (519 kW / 706 PS) and an impressive 1,002 Nm (739 lb-ft) of torque thanks to the addition of Spofec’s N-Tronic module. This represents an increase of 105 hp (78 kW / 106 PS) and 102 Nm (75 lb-ft) over the stock Black Badge. The tuned Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost accelerates from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 4.3 seconds, with the top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph). There are reserves slumbering in the engine of the luxury sedan.
The car sits on the SPOFEC 22-inch king-sized wheels, which were developed in cooperation with Vossen, the American manufacturer of high-end wheels. The exclusive rims of size 9.5Jx22 for the front axle and of size 10.5Jx22 for the rear axle are produced using hi-tech forging and machining technology. Customers can choose from various surface finishes and 72 different colors. High-performance tires of sizes 265/35 ZR 22 and 295/30 ZR 22 are an excellent choice not only for reasons of appearance. They also optimize the handling.
There is a SPOFEC suspension module for a ride-height lowering by about 40 millimeters.
The SPOFEC concept for the Black Badge Ghost also includes a stainless sport exhaust system, which comes in two different versions for vehicles with or without visible tailpipes. The version with actively controlled butterfly valves optionally also allows altering the exhaust note of the V12.
For the luxury sedan, SPOFEC developed tailor-made aerodynamic-enhancement components produced from lightweight yet high-strength carbon. The front fascia is designed to replace the production component in its entirety. Optionally also with vertically arranged LED position markers. It compels on account of its aerodynamic efficiency, reducing front-axle lift at high speeds and thereby further optimizing the handling stability. In addition, its large air intakes direct the airflow even more purposefully to the radiators and front brakes.
The SPOFEC rocker panels give the Ghost a longer and lower visual stance in the side view. They come in two variants for vehicles with short or long wheelbase.
The SPOFEC rear fascia comes with or without cutouts for the exhaust tailpipes and in concert with the subtle lip spoiler on the trunk highlights the sporty upgrade.
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