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Controversial styling company shows off its latest creation

Mansory has shown off its restyled and upgraded version of the Rolls-Royce Ghost.

Its version of the Ghost is more restrained than some of its more recent garish creations, which include a blue and yellow Porsche Panamera and a blue and gold Ghost.

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Just three ‘White Ghosts’ will be built, each coming with white paintwork, LED daytime running lights and revised air intakes at the front and on the sides.

New side skirts, a new rear spoiler, a rear diffuser and a dual sports exhaust are all added. Diamond-polished 22-inch alloy wheels also feature.

Inside, the white Ghost gets and new brown and cream leather interior and an Alcantara headlining, as well as a new marble-effect sports steering wheel. LED mood lighting alongside bamboo inserts also feature.

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Mansory has also made some changes under the bonnet to the Ghost’s V12 engine. Power is upped by 67bhp to 630bhp (peak power arrives at 5700rpm), while torque is upped from 575lb ft to 634lb ft. These upgrades allow the Ghost to get from 0-62mph in 4.5sec and reach a top speed of 180mph.

Mansory’s upgrade package costs 119,800 euro (£100,000) on top of the Ghost’s £195,840 list price.

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moe360 18 July 2010

Re: Mansory's Rolls Ghost launched

I like the exterior upgrades and alloys looks very nice, interior not a fan of the brown would have been better if it was white or black leather

crazyal 17 July 2010

Re: Mansory's Rolls Ghost launched

MHanna wrote:
Does anybody actually buy these things? Who is going to look at that god-awful interior and go "Yep, that'll do me, where do I sign?"

You forget about the stupidly rich arab sheiks! They HAVE to have one of each car, thus the blue and yellow monstrosity that is the Porsche and this will find homes in the oil rich middle east.

shawks 17 July 2010

Re: Mansory's Rolls Ghost launched

I don't like the boot spoiler or some of the detailing inside but on the whole it looks much nicer then the standard model.