Brabus sought to modify a Rolls-Royce Ghost

shawn By On 09/06/2022 at 20:18

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Brabus' tuning capabilities are no longer limited to Mercedes-Benz (and Smart) vehicles.

The first thing you should know about the Bottrop-based tuner's version on the Rolls-Royce Ghost is that the classic 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 now produces 690bhp and 701lb ft of torque.

This is increased from the usual 563bhp and 623lb ft.
A new ECU module and reprogramming of the electronic boost pressure control account for the gain, which results in a 0-62mph speed of 4.6 seconds.
The top speed is still set at 155 mph.

There are lots of carbon fibre options to let folks know you didn't just buy a regular Ghost.
Take a look at the carbon front splitter, carbon grille sideburns, rear diffuser, and lip spoiler, for example.
A spoiler on a Rolls-Royce, to be precise.

The wheels are new 22-inch forged monoblocs, and the air suspension has been re-calibrated such that the Ghost sits 30mm lower as standard.
A stainless steel sports exhaust system with flap control offers "a fantastic twelve-cylinder exhaust noise," according to Brabus.

Oh, and the inside has been entirely redesigned, with new leather (can Brabus match RR's? ), black Alcantara, and loads of carbon fibre.
Yes, of course.


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