The first BRABUS based on Rolls-Royce aims to be the luxury sedan that will rule them all.
You’ve heard of BRABUS and you’ve heard of Rolls-Royce. Both are brands that take the automotive world to new heights with their indomitable level of luxury, performance and artistic design. What will happen, however, when they come together? With the BRABUS 700 based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost II, we have an answer and it’s not great.
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Due to the BRABUS treatment, the Rolls-Royce Ghost II BRABUS 700 sports a more sporty and bold look than ever before, with exposed carbon, a BRABUS front and rear spoiler, rear diffuser, Monoblock M “Platinum Edition” wheels. The opening of the door to the BRABUS 700 marks the intersection of BRABUS and Rolls-Royce interiors with a BRABUS masterpiece interior, furnished with porcelain-colored leather and accented with exposed carbon fiber. While operating the BRABUS 700, BRABUS reveals another famous strength of the brand: performance. The engine has been upgraded to produce 700 horsepower and about 700 lb / ft of torque and delivers BRABUS 700 from 0-60 in just 4.6 seconds. As a Rolls-Royce with the BRABUS Touch, the BRABUS 700 is a luxury sedan beyond imagination.
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