Believe it or not, Mansory is improving!
It appears that the day when people stop stereotyping Mansory is coming, or at least that’s what I hope. Because Mansory has finally created a tuned version of a Rolls-Royce that surprisingly looks pretty good—and I can’t believe I’m saying this—it looks tasteful—compared with Mansory’s other creations, of course. The term “sporty” is not something you normally associate with Rolls-Royces, but the Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost V12 we are seeing here, truly surprises with its looks; I mean, in a good way.
The body kit includes a revised front bumper that is thankfully not overdone, and some generous naked carbon fibre bits such as the front splitter, full bonnet, front fender/wing vent insert, side skirts, rear diffuser, boot lid spoiler, and another spoiler over the rear windshield—an unnecessary addition but remember, we are talking about a Mansory body kit here. Rounding off the exterior drama are gloss black 22-inch cast wheels—wrapped with high-performance tyres.
The subtle orange (‘Mandarin’) highlights found on the exterior becomes sort of a second primary color inside. A leather-carbon sports steering wheel, carbon inlays, and some additional LEDs for soft lighting are some of the other highlights inside. A 14-litre color theme-matched Mansory cool bag is optionally available.
Thanks to new turbochargers, a modified ECU, and a new sports exhaust system with high-performance catalytic converters, the 6.75-litre V12 twin-turbo petrol engine pumps out 530 kW (720 metric hp) and 1,020 Nm (752 lb-ft) of torque; 149 metric hp and 170 Nm (125 lb-ft) extra. Mansory claims a 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint time of 4.4 seconds. The top speed limit can be raised on request.