German tuner Mansory is no stranger to the Rolls-Royce Phantom, but last year’s facelift of the luxury flagship prompted them to introduce a new version. The Rolls-Royse Phantom Pulse Edition gets a flashy bodykit with forged carbon accents and rides on a new set of 24-inch alloy wheels, further amplifying its head-turning credentials.
The Pulse Edition benefits from the new LED headlights and slightly redesigned grille of the facelifted Phantom, although only a few people will be able to notice the difference with its predecessor. The custom bodykit appears to be unchanged, including the larger intakes, the extra DRLs, and the pronounced splitter up front. The forged carbon bonnet is combined with a black finish for the side gills, side skirts, decklid spoiler, and rear diffuser which houses the outlets of the sports exhaust system. The black FD.15 fully forged wheels measuring 24 inches in diameter completely fill up the wheel arches, partly thanks to the lowered air suspension.
The interior of this particular example is personalized with white leather upholstery with Mansory lettering embossed on the pillowy headrests. The piano black accents on the dashboard and the black floor and trunk mats create a strong contrast, as with the exposed forged carbon finish on the side sills.
For those who prefer a stealthier exterior and a more striking interior, Mansory created an alternative spec of the Pulse Edition. This one is painted in Black Diamond, with matching wheels, blacked-out accents, and discreet light blue accents including the thin stripes on the profile. The interior on the other hand is entirely covered in a light blue upholstery, with contrasting orange accents creating a rather unusual combination.
Rolls-Royce‘s twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 engine produces 563 hp (420 kW / 571 PS) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque right from the factory which is more than enough to move its great mass in a quick manner. However, Mansory is able to increase those numbers to 602 hp (449 kW / 610 PS) and 950 Nm (700 lb-ft), if the owner wants some extra overtaking performance. The engine also gets a carbon fiber cover, so even the mechanic who will work on the tuned Phantom will be impressed.
The tuner didn’t reveal pricing for the duo of Rolls-Royce Phantom Pulse Edition models, but judging from previous similar builds, they should cost close to $1 million each.
Source : CarScoops