Novitec’s dedicated Rolls-Royce tuning design division, Spofec, has a plan for the new-generation Ghost. The package includes body components, suspension tweaking, and interior customization options. But the real story is the power boost, which takes the native 6.75 liter V12 in the nearly three-ton touring leviathan to 709 horsepower by way of Novitec’s N-Tronic device.
Spofec designed an aero optimization kit for the Ghost as well, with carbon fiber components including front bumper, side panels, and rear bumper attachment and spoiler. Spofec’s Can-Tronic suspension control module, carbon-ceramic braking system, 22-inch wheels, and power-optimized exhaust systems with or without flap regulation are a few of the other treats in store for the owner of a recent-generation Ghost.
Options for Ghost interiors are only limited by Novitec’s extensive library of materials.
Launched in 2014, Spofec is a portmanteau of the Rolls-Royce symbol and hood ornament, the Spirit of Ecstasy. The division broadened the scope of Novitec’s tuning expertise from supercars to classic touring cars.