A few months ago, we got wind that yet another set of Rolls Royce special edition models would hit the street. They have now, in fact, hit the streets and much more, as Rolls-Royce is currently showcasing that at the Goodwood Festival of speed where Black Badge models are ready to tackle the legendary Hill Climb.
Now they may seem out of place at a Festival of speed, however, Rolls Royce Black Badge editions are the British manufacturers most powerful vehicles to date. Wraith models retain standard output figures of 624 horsepower and 870 Nm of torque with the addition of revised air suspension and an enhanced gearbox. Ghost models receive a bump of 40 hp and 60 Nm of torque for a total of 603 horses.
While both are covered in identical black paint, interiors are unique. Ghost versions have their five seats covered in Black and Cobalto Blue leather whereas Wraith models have their four seats covered in contrasting Black and Mugello Red. Both models have a carbon-fibre aluminum-threaded composite on the front end worthy enough of travelling to space. Standard features from both models are retained. The Spirt of Extascy is finished in a darker tone to complete the look.
Alongside both model’s is a fleet of executive Rolls-Royce motor cars that ferry VIP clients from the company’s headquarters to the venue.