Custom Rolls-Royce Ghost Would Be a Welcome Addition to Any Millionaire's Collection

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We've had our fair share of encounters with the latest-gen Rolls-Royce Ghost, and after spending some time in its presence, we decided it's a great daily driver, bar some squeaky issues in one example that didn't have that many miles on the odometer.
However, the pictured luxury sedan is not your run-of-the-mill copy – if you can call something that starts at roughly $340,000 in the United States ordinary. As you can probably tell, it has a few aftermarket upgrades, and it's not an OTT proposal, despite bearing the signature of a very controversial tuner.

You may not be able to tell, but this Rolls-Royce Ghost was equipped with a body kit signed by Mansory. The lower section of the front bumper was reworked, sporting additional lighting to the sides and a continuation of that imposing grille in the middle. It has vents in front of the wheels and a new chin spoiler for a sportier stance.

At the sides, it has skirt extensions and new trim on the front fenders. If it wasn't for the weird things added to the sides of the rear bumper, the entire back-end design would have been more appealing. It has a more aggressive diffuser with cutouts for the quad tailpipes that have replaced the dual ones normally equipping the car and sports an extra brake light in the middle. A pair of spoilers decorate the trunk lid and the roof, and the multi-spoke alloys with new center caps complete the exterior redesign.

While it sports a satin gray look on the outside, which is very eye-catching, the interior is a bit more colorful. Between us, it's too lively for a vehicle that started life at the Goodwood factory in the United Kingdom. From what we can see in the few images released on social media by carlifestyle, this Rolls-Royce Ghost has light blue leather wrapped around most components with a touch of black and probably some shiny trim. We think white leather would have worked better instead, or at least upholstery with a tan or black look, but it is what it is.

Whether it has a power boost or not is a very good question that hasn't been answered at the time of writing. In fact, the social media post embedded below doesn't say anything about the mods other than the parts that came from Mansory were installed by CB Auto Salon, a company affiliated with Creative Bespoke based in Phoenix, Arizona. If you must know, this custom Rolls-Royce Ghost is looking for a new home; as you can expect, there is no visible price tag attached to it. Therefore, interested parties will have to do a little digging to find out how much it costs, and you can bet that it is worth more than a nice home in most parts of the Western world.

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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