Novitec Group’s Spofec division has revealed its tuning project based on the Rolls-Royce Wraith. It’s pretty awesome, but that’s what we always expect from the famous garage. Following the upgrade for the Ghost model, the team has developed a complete tuning package for the smaller Wraith coupe, adding an aerodynamic kit which includes a new front bumper, new rocker panels, air extractors behind the front wheel arches and a stylish spoiler at the back made of clear-coated carbon fibers.
The design laso includes a set of new 22-inch alloys available in silver, matte black or titanium fitted with Pirelli tires in sizes 265/35 R22 and 295/30 R22. The Rolls-Royce Wraith has been equipped with an air suspension with a special control module that lowers the ride height of by about 40 mm at speeds below 140 km/h (87 mph). At higher speeds the body automatically reverts to its original level. Wasn’t it supposed to be the other way?
The tuners have also installed a carbon-ceramic high-performance braking system with vented discs and prepared a processor-controlled plug-and-play module for the V12 engine; this features custom mapping for injection and ignition and increases the boost pressure of the twin-turbo engine. Naturally, the engine now benefits from some extra power: 84 PS (62.5 kW) and 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) more than the standard output – which was 707 PS (527 kW) and 986 Nm (727 lb-ft) of torque. 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration takes 4.2 seconds, while top speed remains electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph).