After doing some pretty awful things to a Rolls-Royce Wraith, Japanese tuner Office-K is back with a similar treatment for that car’s four-door sibling, the Ghost. But this time the focus has been on performance as the Ghost in question is a V-Spec model. The unique Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec is the sportiest version of the British sedan in the world.
To begin with, the V-Spec treatment means this Ghost is different from its regular brethren as it comes a 600 horsepower V12 engine. That’s 30 more horses than what you get in the normal version. OFK builds up on that and spices up the appearance of the car to match the performance.
Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec features a Wald Black Bison body kit consisting of custom front and rear bumpers as well as side skirts, plus a set of aero parts including front spoiler lip, side aero blades, rear diffuser and boot lid spoiler. The visual impact of the kit is further enhanced by slamming the body on a set of eye-catching 24-inch Forgiato ARTIGLI-ECL wheels in black.
The most unRoller-y part of Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec, however, is the Miracle variable exhaust system the tuner has installed on the car. A loud sport exhaust on a Rolls-Royce is kind of ridiculous, but if any RR can pulls it off, it’s the V-Spec Ghost.