Rolls-Royce Ghost Appears by Vorsteiner

Tuning

Refined styling program adds a touch of carbon fiber to the ultra-luxury sedan.

Californian tuning house Vorsteiner has revealed an aftermarket package for the Rolls-Royce Ghost that is pure styling in nature. So while no mods were made to the 570-horsepower 6.6-liter V12 powerplant, the ultra-luxurious sedan does receive some carbon fiber exterior goodies. These extend to the front spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser. A carbon-fiber rear spoiler is an optional extra while Vorsteiner also offers its VSE-002 alloys from 20 to 22 inches in size.

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