Mansory’s Rolls Royce Ghost to Debut at 2010 Geneva Motor Show

The same German-based tuning company that brought you the pinked out gem called the Bentley Continental GT Vitesse Rose is getting ready for another round of pure gaudiness with the world premiere of its Rolls Royce Ghost proposal at next week’s 2010 Geneva Motor Show.

The same German-based tuning company that brought you the pinked out gem called the Bentley Continental GT Vitesse Rose is getting ready for another round of pure gaudiness with the world premiere of its Rolls Royce Ghost proposal at next week’s 2010 Geneva Motor Show.

Mansory’s latest creation is callled “Unlimited Luxury in a Golden Robe”. Mansory’s Rolls Royce Ghost features a blue colored body adorned with gold. The package also includes an aero kit with side skirts, new front bumper with additional LED lights and side air vents, a boot lid spoiler and a rear apron with an integrated diffuser that houses unique tail pipes.

The car is fitted with 22-inch alloy rims shod with low-profile rubber from Dunlop (265/30 R22 at the front and 295/30 R22 at the back). There are no teaser pictures or sketches of the interior, but Mansory claims that it has refined the cabin with special leathers, diamond-quilted ornaments, ultra-suede lining from the roof line to the dashboard and carbon fiber trim.

Under the hood, Mansory’s tuners performed several upgrades including enlarged bi-turbochargers, recalibrated ECU, a new exhaust system boosting the 6.6-liter V12 engine’s output from 570HP and 780Nm to a whopping 720HP and 1,020Nm or 752 lb-ft of peak torque.

The extra power shaves half-a-second off the 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint with Mansory’s Rolls Royce Ghost completing the task in just 4.4 seconds while the removal of the electronic speed limited allows the car to reach a maximum velocity of 310km/h (193 mph).

We’ll see more of Mansory’s Rolls Royce Ghost after its official presentation at the next month’s 2010 Geneva Show. [via Carscoop]

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