A Rolls-Royce is going to turn heads no matter what. If for nothing else, its sheer size is enough to make it a noticeable car on the road. Let’s face it, the Rolls looks good but it also looks like a futuristic luxury tank.
Though, even with all its presence, there are some who many not be satisfied and would want their $450k Rolls to stand out even more from the crowd.
It looks like SPOFEC will focus more on super luxury cruisers, like the Rolls-Royce Wraith for example. In this case SPOFEC has created a tuning program called OVERDOSE for the Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith that makes significant enhancements every where it counts.
First, the stock ECU is replaced with a “N-TRONIC” custom ECU which boosts engine output to 717 horsepower and 727 ft-lbs of torque. An exhaust module called the “SWITCHTRONIC” is also added to allow the user to open the exhaust flap at will, allowing the twin-turbo V12 to breathe a little easier.
A SPOFEC suspension module is added to over-ride the stock Rolls-Royce air suspension control and lower the car 1.5 inches (40mm).
From there comes the most visually significant change, a custom eight-piece “OVERDOSE” widebody kit made from 100% carbon fiber. The front and rear bumper styling is subtle, but there’s no missing those wide fenders in the front and rear.
Filling out the new, wider wheel wells are a set of 22-inch forged custom wheels produced by Vossen. A set of spacers are included to make sure the wheel fitment is flush with the fenders.
Put all of those parts together and you have a powerful, hunkered down, wide Rolls-Royce that demands attention. To top it off, this tuning package from SPOFEC is going to be very rare, as they are only producing three total.
Which means by the time you read this, they are probably all sold out. That can’t stop us from appreciating it right? What do you think of this treatment? Is it your vibe or is it a bit too ostentatious for you?
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