Rolls-Royce Phantom can now overcome the first 100 km/h in 5 secondsDecember 4, 2019
Atelier SPOFEC decided to show how much the luxury Rolls-Royce Phantom limousine can be improved. The car engine now boasts 685 hp. power and 1010 Nm of torque.
The incredibly luxurious Rolls-Royce brand has one very important feature that few people can offer these days. When a wealthy customer orders a model, he can order for himself absolutely everything that he wants. As a result, the happy owner receives an impeccably assembled car of his dreams, which can boast of the best materials and unsurpassed quality. And, it would seem, such cars themselves are ideal, but not.
The guys from the SPOFEC company decided to prove that they can do better than even Rolls-Royce itself.
SPOFEC updates regarding the exterior of the luxury limousine are small and do not change the appearance of the car at all. The company added its own bumper, which reduces front end lift at high speeds, and has redesigned the front of the car. Unique “backstage” are located on each side, and the front wing icon is highlighted. At the rear of the car, SPOFEC installed several new elements along with a thin spoiler.
The large 24-inch wheels, developed in collaboration with the legendary Vossen, help fill the wheel arches well. The wheels are available in 72 colors in two versions – polished and matte. Air suspension can reduce sedan travel by about 40 millimeters.
Under the hood is the same 6.75-liter V12 engine from the British brand, only now its power has been increased by 114 horsepower (110 Nm). Thus, the total performance is now 685 hp. (1 010 Nm). The motor works with a standard eight-speed automatic transmission. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is now equal to 5 seconds. Top speed is still electronically limited at around 250 km / h.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Rolls-Royce demonstrated the exclusive Phantom with “crystal” paint. Rolls-Royce introduced a design variation of the top-end Phantom with Magma Red’s unique crystalline color.
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