Mansory is a household name in Germany and so in the Automobile arena. Famous for modifications and tuning of high end cars, Mansory has worked extensively on brands like Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and much more. To add another luxury modification to their list, Mansory recently unveiled the heavily tuned and modified Royce Rolls Ghost series II.
The hands of Mansory experience can easily be identified as soon as you give a first look to the car. The luxury sedan gets completely reworked exterior in terms of paint work, which is a combination of Golden-Brown, giving a car even more rich feel. The fascia gets a new front, hosting bigger air inlets and LED daytime running lights, along with wings and a redesigned hood, made from carbon fiber.
The wheels are also changed and the stock wheels are removed and replaced by Mansory's silver monoblock cast 22-inch alloys. Other changes include reworked side skirts, fresh rear apron, integrated stainless steel exhaust pipes and a subtle rear spoiler lip. The exterior appeal is carried forward inside the cabin where Mansory is offering a wide variety of materials such as leather, Alcantara, wood, aluminum and carbon fiber.
Under the hood, the sedan will retain the same V12 6.6-liter turbo engine, albeit with an increased output of 652 hp and a massive 1,050 Nm from the stock 570 hp and 780 Nm. The car also gets a new exhaust system and tuned control unit, allowing the vehicle to touch 0-100 kmph in 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 280 km/h.