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Vorsteiner Rolls-Royce Ghost Nero Styling Kit

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Rolls-Royce is probably the hardest make of car to tune and improve, because the car has one intended role, and it’s already bloody good at it. You can’t make a Roller more refined and luxurious than it already is.

What you can do is try and make it look a bit more special. That is of course not recommended, because you almost certainly end up running the prestige of the car. But these days, seeing as Arabs and Rappers make most of the Rolls-Royce base, that doesn’t really matter.

These guys don’t give a damn about dignity and class. What they want is a vulgar and shiny thing to reflect on the fact that they’re loaded with cash. And nothing reflects that better than a tricked-out Roller. With that in mind, American tuner came up with a carbon fiber styling package for the Rolls-Royce Ghost.

Even though Rolls-Royce and carbon and carbon fiber should not be mentioned together in a sentence, we are glad to report Vorsteiner Rolls-Royce Ghost Nero has not gone all mad with the stuff. There is a front chin spoiler, a pair of side skirts, and a rear bumper with a diffuser, and a subtle rear wing. That is about it, save a set VSE-002 Forged Wheels.

It’s not bad, but the fact remains, no one in their right mind should ever put a body kit on a Rolls-Royce. It’s like the Queen getting a boob job. It’s just wrong!

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