Even if the new Ghost Black Badge is the most athletic Rolls-Royce to date, Spofec has just introduced a new tuning package for the premium car. The chassis and suspension components have been upgraded, and the V12's output has been increased.
The Rolls-Royce twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 now generates 696 horsepower and 739 lb-ft of torque after receiving an update from Spofec's N-Tronic module. This is a boost of 105 horsepower and 75 lb-ft over the standard Black Badge and a gain of 20 horses over the Spofec-tuned standard Ghost.
The modified Ghost Black Badge now only takes 4.3 seconds to get to 62 mph, and its peak speed is electronically capped at 155 mph. The stylistic changes made by the tuner weren't extreme. The carbon-fiber package features a new bumper with larger air vents and the option of built-in LEDs. Meanwhile, the new 22-inch Vossen forged wheels are the most eye-catching component.
The wheels are fitted with mixed tires that measure 265/35R22 up front and 295/30R22 rear. Last but not least, the Spofec Can-Tronic module for the factory air suspension lowers the Ghost Black Badge by 1.6 inches, with an automatic return to stock height at speeds exceeding 87 mph.