It was almost a year ago when the Novitec Group launched its Rolls-Royce tuning arm in the form of Spofec with a customised Rolls-Royce Ghost. Now the tuner has just unveiled its modified version of the Ghost Series II.
For starters, the Spofec N-Tronic tuning chip can be installed. It lifts power from the Ghost’s standard 570 hp and 780 Nm of torque up to 685 hp at 5400 rpm and 958 Nm at a very low 1800 rpm. Those improved figures result in a 0-100 km/h sprint time of just 4.5 seconds. For existing owners of the Ghost V-Spec which pumps out 601 hp, the Spofec upgrades see that rise to 709 hp at 5400 rpm and 974 Nm at 1800 rpm.
Elsewhere, two different exhaust systems are offered for the luxurious British sedan with both made from lightweight stainless steel. On a suspension front, Spofec offers its very own control module which intervenes with the standard air suspension and lowers the ride height by 4 cm at speeds of less than 140 km/h. An exclusive carbon ceramic brake upgrade is also available.
From an aerodynamic and visual standpoint, the modifications continue. At the front, a bold new fascia has been installed which includes a new bumper and lower splitter. Spofec customers can also choose between four different wheel designs and finishes as well as a bespoke rear bumper, exhaust tips and bootlid lip spoiler.
All of the aforementioned upgrades can be purchased as a whole or individually.