We have details and images of the gaudy but fast Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost. The story inside.

German tuners Mansory have released photos of their version of the Rolls Royce Ghost.  Painted in gold and blue, the car will surely attract the eye of customers in the United Arab Emirates, Middle East, and parts of Eastern Europe.

The rest of the world will definitely be interested in the performance upgrade.  Horsepower is bumped up by over 26% to 720 PS (530 kW / 710 hp) from the standard 570 PS (420 kW / 562 hp), and torque is increased from 780 (575 lb-ft) Nm to 1,020 Nm (752 lb-ft).  This is due to larger turbos, a sports manifold, new catalysers, and a remapped computer.

Those improvements lead to a 0-100 km/h sprint of 4.4 seconds, about a half-second quicker than the stock Ghost.  The Mansory Ghost can reach a top speed of 310 km/h (193 mph).

New monoblock wheels measure 9x22 at the front and 10.5x22 in the back.  The golden wheels are wrapped in Dunlop SP SportMaxx tires.  Exterior mods include changes to the front, side, and rear skirts.  A new spoiler and exhaust was also installed.

Interior finishings include quilted leather, suede roof liner, and atmospheric LED lighting.  The bamboo trim is also matched on the steering wheel.

The Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next week.