Wraith Black Badge: Rolls-Royce who ‘ate’ after six

Wraith Black Badge: Rolls-Royce who ‘ate’ after six

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Spofec has already tried on a body kit with extended wings Overdose on a regular Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe. The image lost its harmony, but the bet was made on a small circulation – there were only eight of these two-door tuners. Now the Germans have tackled the rarer Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge. The all-black car has also been fitted with a widebody kit, new carbon fiber bumpers and 22-inch SP2 wheels custom-designed by Vossen. And only three copies of such cars will be produced within the walls of the Spofec company.

Even without the intervention of Spofec specialists, the two-door Wraith is a very rare car. For example, in 2020, the model found 71 buyers in the European market. And not all of them belong to the Black Badge series.

For the Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge model, the tuners offer a new air suspension control unit, which reduces the ground clearance by 40 mm at speeds up to 140 km / h.

But not the same appearance! The V12 6.6 engine with two turbochargers received a proprietary Spofec N-Tronic control module, with which the boost pressure rose and the calibration of the injection and ignition systems changed. Recoil increased to 717 hp. and 986 Nm, although from the factory these figures are quite decent – 632 and 870, respectively. The thrust goes to the rear axle through an eight-speed “automatic” ZF 8HP90, which has not undergone modernization, and the acceleration time to hundreds was reduced from 4.5 to 4.2 s. The maximum speed is electronically limited to 250 km / h, as is done on the donor.

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