October 24, 2020

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    There was the mesmerizing effect of the Mansory-prepped Rolls Royce Ghost Gold Edition that everyone had aped and gaped at during this year’s Geneva Salon. There is now one more albeit a very strictly limited edition by the same tuner of a “baby” Rolls Royce”. The tuned one has aptly been named Ghost White Edition. Just three examples of this tuned one have been created.

    Mansory for this time round has skipped the Fast-&-Furious paint job and gaudy gold trim. In its place they have applied a simple white finish and unpainted 22-inch rims. The other body kit remains nearly unchanged with the modified bumpers, spoilers, side skirts and additional air vents as well as alloy wheel designs as in the Gold Edition. Even though the boot lid spoiler which spoiled the show of the gold Edition to an extent is there, but all in all there is much more to gape at now than in the Gold Edition.

    With two-tone leather surfaces all around, custom wood trim on the dashboard, steering wheel, and door panels, aluminum pedals and foot rest, and additional LED lighting are the changes that the interior has been paced through. Even the car’s boot space has been upholstered this time.

    As for performance statistics, the power output has been increased from 570 hp to 638 hp and the torque from 780 Nm to 860 Nm / 634.3 lb-ft. Acceleration has therefore gone up by 0.4 seconds than the stock model and reads 0 to 100 km/h that is 62 mph in 4.5 seconds. Top speed of the car is 290 km/hr that is 180 mph.

    Source: carscoop

    Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost White Edition

    European , Mansory , Rolls Royce , Tuners

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