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Mansory Takes On Rolls-Royce Ghost II; Boosts Output 652 HP, Add Lots of Carbon Fiber


One of the tuner's more subtle transformations.

Mansory has taken the wraps off its latest upgrade program for the recently-unveiled Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II. An “exclusive” body program includes new front aprons with larger air inlets and optional LED DRLs, carbon-fiber wings blended into new side skirts, a carbon-fiber hood, while at the back the tuner redesigned the apron with a stainless-steel exhaust system housed in a new diffuser.

A subtle rear lip spoiler is said to make the Ghost II more stable at high speeds, while Mansory’s 22-inch silver alloys replace the stock rims that, thanks to automatic leveling adapted by a control unit and new coupling rods that lowers the center of gravity by 50 mm, fit snugly into the fenders. Performance is boosted from 570 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque to 652 hp and 774 lb-ft thanks to a remapped ECU and new exhaust system, which translates to a 0-62 mph time of 4.3 seconds and top speed of 174 mph. Inside, there’s a new sport steering wheel, and an array of options for buyers to bespoke their cabin as they see fit with the usual high-end suspects of leather, Alcantara, wood, carbon-fiber and aluminum.

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