SPOFEC (short for Spirit of Ecstasy) is a new division of Novitec Group that deals exclusively with the customization of Rolls-Royce vehicles. This highly exquisite Ghost is one of their first creations, and it’s looking pretty good. The next model they are currently working on is the Wraith.
SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Ghost comes not only with visual upgrades, it also features a healthyperformance upgrade in form of SPOFEC N-TRONIC power module which increases the performance of the BMW V12 motor in the Ghost to 685 horsepower and 958 Nm of torque. In the Ghost V-Spec, this module offers 709 hp and 974 Nm. The power kit is complemented with a lightweight stainless steel sport exhaust system.
SPOFEC’s Ghost also gets a bespoke wheel design in size 9,0J x 22J with 265/35 R22 Pirelli for the front axle and 10,5J x 22J with 295/30 R22 tires for the rear. You can have them in silver, matte back, titanium, or two-tone. The wheels look perfect on the car thanks to the Can-Tronic suspension module which results in a lowering of 40 mm.
The biggest highlight of SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Ghost is the body kit it’s rocking, consisting of new front and rear bumpers, side panels, and rear lip spoiler. Novitec designers have deliberately steered cleared of showy elements in order to keep the looks of the Ghost within the limits of coolness and elegance. This is, after all, a Rolls-Royce.
SPOFEC also offers carbon ceramic braking package for the Ghost, but as of yet there is no word on any interior makeover. Not that the Ghost needs it anyway