“Take the best that exists, and make it better” was one of Sir Henry Royce’s famous quips, however I don’t think he ever expected to be outdone by a Bavarian company by the name of SPOFEC…
For its latest creation, SPOFEC – a Novitec group company – has taken the second-generation Ghost and added what it describe as “even greater driving dynamics and an even more extravagant appearance.”
The first of the Ghost’s areas to receive some spicing up is the 6,75-litre twin-turbo V12, now good for 504 kW and 958 N.m. Sent to all four wheels, that immense torque allows the 2 553 kg Ghost to rocket from 0-100 km/h in just 4,5 seconds.
The SPOFEC suspension module lowers the Ghost’s ride height by 40 mm and to finish it all off, carbon fibre bodywork components such as front fenders, the rear bumper, side skirts and a rear spoiler all add to the sporty nature of this Ghost in trainers.
22-inch SPOFEC forged wheels have been developed in conjunction with Vossen, and thanks to a set of aluminium wheel spacers, the wheel wells are filled out perfectly.
In addition to performance and visual tweaks, the Ghost also receives a SPOFEC stainless steel exhaust system with “flap-regulation” which changes the way the Ghost sounds.
For more information on the above and to view SPOFEC’s offerings for the Ghost, visit its website.