This Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost might divide opinion but it will certainly garner plenty of stares at the Geneva Motor Show. The main attention-grabber is the body which is finished in a Gold and Blue varnish. Blue is pretty much all over the bodywork while gold is peppered on pieces such as the front grille, front wheel houses and door handles.

Changes added for performance include a new rear spoiler, rear skirt, rear diffuser and the double sport exhaust system. The 22-inch monoblock rims house Dunlop SP SportMaxx tyres to the tune of 265/35 at the front and 295/30 at the back.

Thanks to larger twin turbos, ECU optimisation, a sports manifold and sports catalysers, the Mansory Ghost now kicks out 530kW (720 PS / 710 hp) at 5,850rpm. Torque was increased from 780Nm to 1,020Nm (752 lb-ft). The car is now claimed to sprint from 0 - 100km/h in 4.4 seconds with a top end of 310km/h (192.6 mph).

The interior is laid out in delicate leather, ultra-suede lining from the roof line to the dashboard, a carbon fibre sports steering wheel with light bamboo inlays, illuminated door sills and LEDs lighting up the cabin.


Gallery: Mansory's Rolls Royce Ghost Evokes Strong Reactions in Geneva

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