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This is not your normal Rolls-Royce Wraith

By Faiming_low on 04 May 2016 in Modifications

Attached Image SPOFEC, a german tuning company, has given the Rolls-Royce Wraith even more presence than it has with its new wide bodykit, dubbed 'Overdose'. We reckon it looks damn good but traditional buyers will probably not take too well with it.

Attached Image The Rolls coupe is now 13cm wider at the back, thanks to the much larger wheel arches made from carbon fiber. Filling the arches are huge 22-inch alloys on all four corners. At the rear, a lip spoiler and a louder exhaust system feature while the front gets a more aggressive bumper. Being a Rolls, customers can also expect many other customisable options for their car.

Attached Image To make sure the car handles well, an uprated suspension has been included too to keep the car in control when driven hard. On the topic of driving hard, power has been increased too. A total output of 707bhp and 986Nm of torque is now available from the car's 6.6-litre V12 turbo engine. The century sprint is now acheived in 4.2 seconds, 0.2 seconds faster than from the factory. Top speed is said to be limited to 250km/h.

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