Modifying and at the same time not tarnishing the elegance of Rolls-Royces is no fun at all. After Novitec, Urban Automotive also tried it. It almost looks like they were copying from each other.
How do you want to make Rolls-Royce even better? Does it even work? Reaching for something so perfect requires a very distinguished approach, because otherwise it can end up in trouble. The successful creation was presented last year by Novitec, who once designed a complete body kit for the Phantom, which, although it added a few aggressive moldings, did not disturb the delicacy of the basic curves in any way. He added opulent wheels and wrapped everything in the blackest paint he could find. The result was excellent, therefore it is not surprising that the British Urban Automotive used a similar recipe for the smaller Ghost.
The car has already premiered at last year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas, when the order book also opened. A carbon front bumper with integrated LED lighting and a two-part carbon decor adds a dynamic touch to the embellished Ghost. There is still room for a splitter at the bottom.
The rear bumper is also made of carbon and is complemented by a distinctive central cutout with a diffuser, for which the modifier left a visible structure. The extensions on the sides are completed by black aluminum tailpipes. A sports pipe from Militek is available for an additional fee. On the other hand, the spoiler on the trunk lid has a decent concept for a change, so as not to disturb the elegance of the Ghost.
Both ends of the car are joined by side skirts, but these are easy to miss as you are struck by the custom-made wheels, which come in diameters ranging from 22 to 24 inches. In this case, you can let your imagination run wild, because of course there are more options and colors to choose from.