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German tuner Spofec (which gets its name from a shortened form of Spirit of Ecstasy) has given the luxurious Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe a wider body and a tune-up. Called Spofec Overdose, the Stetten-based tuner stated that it will be limited to just eight units.

Made in cooperation with designer Vittorio Strosek, the bodykit on the Wraith is made out of carbon, which makes it light. There are wider front and rear fenders, which extend the width of the coupe to 208 cm. Sculpted arched flares are also present for the front (adding seven cm to the vehicle’s front width) and rear.

There are also newly-developed rocker panels, while an air scoop on each side provides the rear brakes with cool air. The front bumper is designed to complement the wide front fenders but also acts to reduce lift on the front axle at high speeds. A new bumper that accommodates the two tailpipes of the Spofec exhaust system and a carbon spoiler lip are also to be found.

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The stainless-steel Spofec exhaust weighs five kg less than the standard exhaust system on the Wraith. Apart from optimised power delivery, the Spofec exhaust allows for sportier exhaust tunes delivered via the 6.6 litre twin-turbo 12-cylinder engine. Another exhaust variant, which allows the driver to switch engine sounds from the cockpit via a remote control, is also on offer.

For enhanced handling, there’s a special control module for the standard pneumatic suspension. It will lower the ride height of the coupe by some 40 mm at speeds of up to 140 km/h. At higher speeds, the height automatically goes back to its original level.

The Overdose Wraith sits on 22-inch Spofec SP1 alloy wheels wrapped in 295/30ZR22 tyres. Providing additional stopping power is Spofec’s carbon-ceramic high performance braking system, which is 38 kg lighter than the production system. It consists of larger vented discs for both the front and rear axle.

Meanwhile, enhanced power is made via a processor-controlled plug-and-play N-Tronic module. Said module provides the engine with a new mapping for injection and ignition and increased boost pressure for the turbos. All this translates to 717 hp and 985 Nm and a 0-100 km/h time in 4.2 seconds. The top speed is retained at 250 km/h to protect the tyres, according to Sportec.

Being a serious tuning and cosmetic exercise, there are no changes to the interior of the Rolls-Royce Wraith. That being said, if desired, the company offers a high-quality leather or Alcantara interior for the car, and these can be specified in any colour.