Novitec's new division unveils maiden project.
The Novitec Group has added a fourth division to its aftermarket enterprise. Dubbed Spofec, it's devoted exclusively to Rolls-Royce models. Joining Novitec Rosso (Ferrari), Novitec Torado (Lamborghini) and Novitec Tridente (Maserati), Spofec has unveiled its maiden project based on a Rolls-Royce Ghost. Cosmetic upgrades are modest, made up of "sporty-elegant" aerodynamic body parts including a new front bumper, a new rear bumper with lip spoiler, and a set of 22-inch alloys.
Two power upgrades have also been developed. The N-Tronic boosts output to 685 hp and 706 lb-ft of torque; while the V-Spec performance kits ups power to 708 hp and 721 lb-ft. The result is a new 0-62 mph time of 4.4 seconds and an electronically-limited top speed of 155 mph. Spofec has further enhanced the luxury sedan with carbon-ceramic brakes and an upgraded suspension.