Novitec Group recently launched a new division called SPOFEC (short for Spirit of Ecstasy), specializing in tuning Rolls-Royce cars. Their first creation, the Ghost, turned out quite good. Now they are releasing their second car, the SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Wraith.
As with other Novitec division, the Roller tuners don’t mess about. When they work on a car they improve all aspects of it. So the Wraith gets wheels and suspension treatment; engine tuning; and a body kit. This lot turn the luxury cruiser into something wonderfully sporty.
Visually, SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Wraith boasts revised bumpers complete with front custom front wings and skirts, spoiler lip, blacked-out grille and door handle, custom rear apron, roof spoiler and a boot lid spoiler. A set of 22-inch Novitec wheels complement the body work nicely and set off the new parts.
In terms of driving dynamics, SPOFEC engineers have been fiddling with the suspension and braking system and they are now confident the car steers and stops better. They don’t want to talk about the ride quality and whether or not it’s been affected in any way. Ride comfort matters with a Rolls-Royce.
Perhaps the best part of SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Wraith is the V12 BMW engine under the bonnet, which is pretty beefy in its standard mode. In this car though, the V12 has been upgraded with new software and stainless-steel sports exhaust system with sound management system. It makes 717 hp and peak torque to 986 Nm.