If the Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge isn't special enough for you, only three examples of this version are being made.
Every Rolls-Royce is unique to its owner's specification, but if you want even more exclusivity, Rolls-Royce offers bolder Black Badge versions of the Wraith, Dawn, Ghost, and Cullinan with more extensive personalization options. If the Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge still isn't special enough for you, German tuner Spofec has launched a new limited-edition version of the luxury barge.
Dubbed the Spofec Overdose, the modified Wraith is limited to just three examples and features a brash widebody kit with carbon-fiber components that give the luxury coupe a new dose of attitude. Wider front and rear fenders give the luxury limo more presence, extending the width by 5.11 inches at the rear axle, which now measures 81.8 inches.
This adds space for larger 22-inch wheels with nine pairs of double-spokes designed by Vossen, wrapped in high-performance tires sized 295/30 ZR 22. At the front, the custom Wraith is also 2.7 inches wider than the regular version, while the front wheels are wrapped in 265/35 ZR 22 tires.
Spofec has also fitted special rocker panels and new side air intakes that cool down the rear brakes. A custom front bumper gives the Wraith a more sinister face while also reducing the front axle lift at high speed. At the back, a new rear bumper and a carbon trunk spoiler that makes the standard Wraith restrained by comparison.
As standard, the Rolls-Royce Wraith is powered by a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 producing 624 horsepower and 605 lb-ft of torque. Spofec has installed an N-Tronic module that remaps the injection and ignition and increases the boost pressure, increasing the output to a monumental 717 hp at 5,700 rpm and 727 lb-ft of torque. This power boost has reduced the 0-60 mph time from 4.4 seconds down to 4.2 seconds. Like the standard car, the top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph due to the car's weight.
To make the handling more agile, a control module for the air suspension lowers the ride height by around 1.57 inches at speeds up to 86 mph. Beyond these speeds, the body raises up back to the original ride height. Spofec will also customize the interior based on special requests. No pricing information is available, but the upgrades certainly won't be cheap considering the Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge starts at $380,000.