The Rolls-Royce Phantom isn't the sort of vehicle you'd typically see tuned. But that hasn't stopped Spofec, a division of Novitec, from coming up with this kit.

The package includes a redesigned front bumper with an integrated front spoiler, which ostensibly reduces front-axle lift at high speeds. In addition, a set of rocker panels with raised flaps aft of the front wheel arches adds to the aggression appearance. At the rear, a redesigned single-piece bumper has been added, accompanied by a subtle spoiler.

Spofec has also included 24-inch Spofec SP2 alloy wheels from Vossen. These items feature a nine-twin-spoke design with a large centre cover, and are shod in 295/30 R24 tyres.

Joining the adaptive air suspension is a special control module that lowers the Phantom by 40 mm at speeds up to 140 km/h. Go faster than that and the car reverts to its original ride height.

Sporting a twin-turbocharged 6,75-litre V12, the Phantom’s peak outputs have been bumped up from 420 kW and 900 N.m to 504 kW and 1 010 N.m. This brings the 0-100 km/h time down to 5,0 seconds, according to the tuner. The top speed, though, remains limited to 250 km/h.


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