Known as Launch Edition, this Rolls-Royce has awesome aftermarket upgrades to the new generation Ghost. The first striking feature is the golden accents that contrast perfectly with the darkened exterior, along with the trunk lid spoiler's carbon fiber and hood attachment made of the same material.
The Rolls-Royce got new 22-inch wheels and starring a sports exhaust system as well. The interior has an intriguing lively-looking interior dominated by orange perfectly combined with the glossy black accents, dust, and fingerprint magnet. Despite being launched as a Rolls-Royce, its steering wheel has the Monnterory emblem positioned on the center and is a brand's reinterpretation by Mansory.
Looking like the Phantom's sibling, the Ghost could become a vehicle able to breathe air through its massive front grille. Mansory didn't reveal any performance numbers so far, he Montesory tunes a car, it's rarely tampering with the car's power. Everyone expects the usual 6.75-liter V12 with twin-turbocharging on the same shared Phantom platform
The stock Rolls-Royce weighs around 2.5 tons (~5,500 lbs) and produces 563 horsepower and up to 850 Newton-meter of torque, available from 1,600 rpm. Also, The Ghost reaches 0-60 mph (96 km/h) from a standstill, in 4.6 seconds. The top speed was registered to be 155 mph (250 km/h).