It actually looks good
Mansory is a tuning company best known for building some of the most out-there cars the aftermarket has ever seen. The outfit mostly restricts its work on high-end luxury cars like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce. We've seen some of Mansory's work on Rolls-Royces, and it can only be described as controversial.
The company has taken on the popular Rolls-Royce Cullinan too, and the results have been a mixed bag. Its latest project is an interesting take on the elegant Rolls-Royce Ghost. Instead of the gaudy and flashy statements we usually see from this company, its new creation actually features some restraint, and it's all the better for it.
The sedan you see before you has been titled the 'Launch Edition' and plays host to a number of new parts Mansory offers for the new-generation Rolls-Royce Ghost. The exterior features some classy touches like gold accents on the grille, pin-striping, and in the center caps of the 22-inch multi-spoke wheels.
The darkened exterior also features a carbon-fiber lip spoiler and carbon-fiber hood attachments. Out the back, a new sports exhaust system shows its tail. Unlike the semi-restrained look of the exterior, the interior blew us away with bright orange upholstery and gloss black accents. The steering wheel now features a Mansory logo in the center.
Under the hood, this Ghost packs a heavy factory punch in the form of a 6.75 liter twin-turbo V12 that produces 563 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. Despite a weight well over two tons, it can still sprint to sixty in 4.6 seconds and reach a limited top speed of 155 mph. The Rolls-Royce Ghost will set you back a cool $311,900 in standard form, but we're sure the Mansory version will cost a few nickels more.