Rolls Royce Ghost by DMC

DMC

The supercar tuner has turned its hand to enhancing the Ghost’s style and performance.

German supercar tuner DMC has unveiled its first aftermarket project for the Rolls Royce Ghost. Dubbed the Imperatore (Italian for Emperor), the package includes a carbon-fiber body kit made up of a new aggressive front fascia, new rear trim and diffuser, side skirts and a rear trunk-lid spoiler. The baby Rolls has also been treated to a performance enhancement courtesy of a revised ECU and high-performance exhaust.

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The result is an additional 70 hp and 59 lb-ft, giving the 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 output of 633 and 634 lb-ft of torque. 0-62 mph can now be clocked in 4.5 seconds, down from 4.7, and top speed is rated at 184 mph, up from 155 mph. 22-inch diamond forged alloys and a custom interior upholstered in Italian leather and trimmed in Sting Ray and carbon fiber, round off the package.

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