This shouldn't be allowed.
Owning a Rolls-Royce is a privilege. They only make a handful of these British ultra-luxury land yachts every year, and you need to be rather wealthy to afford one. Like in most other aspects of life these days, owning the best simply isn't enough anymore. Even the best cars, watches, and private jets need an element of individuality, and the Rolls-Royce Ghost you see in front of you perfectly exemplifies that late-stage capitalist urge. Mansory, a tuning company specializing in high-end luxury cars is no stranger to modifying Rolls-Royce cars, but as we've seen in the past, the company's kits tend to be a hit or a major miss. We recently covered Rolls-Royce's own special edition Ghost; a tasteful thing that exudes grace and style. Mansory's response: hold my beer.
Mansory calls this kit a 'complete conversion'. We'd like to call it something else but will exercise some restraint here. The exterior of the Ghost gets a Fast & Furious style full carbon-fiber hood, front lip, side flaps, side sills, and two spoilers at the back, one on the roof and one on the trunk. A massive Le Mans-style diffuser has been added in case the owner needs added downforce on his way to the golf club.
The black and white theme is broken up by an orange/gold Mandarin grille. This Ghost now rolls on a set of multi-spoke Type 'V.6' wheels. Under the hood, Mansory has tweaked the engine with new turbochargers, an upgraded exhaust system, and a re-tuned ECU, resulting in a power output of 720 horsepower and 725 lb-ft of torque from its 6.75-liter V12 engine. The Mansory Ghost will sprint to 62 mph in a claimed 4.4 seconds.
The interior of the Ghost has also been altered. There are Orange Mandarin highlights across the cabin, and covers the carbon-fiber steering wheel and center armrest. Mansory also added an ambient LED system to the seats, door panels, and dashboard, most likely to make you believe that you're sleeping because we'd only do this to a Rolls-Royce in our wildest nightmares.