The Phantom does not need more luxury, and we suspect everyone out there would agree with that notion — apart for Mansory. The tuner, known for its ‘unique’ work, has decided to spruce up the Rolls-Royce and the results are, erm, interesting to say the least...

The add on bits and bobs will no doubt divide opinion. They seem to give the stately saloon more presence but it comes at an expense. The Phantom used to be elegant, but we’re not sure we can call this one that...

It features a new front apron with an integrated extended grille which looks rather illfitting. It also gets additional side skirts, a spoiler lip on the boot lid and a new rear apron with a diffuser. It rides on massive 24in forged wheels wrapped in highperformance low-profile tyres and rounding it all off is a double sports exhaust system.

Though we may not agree with what Mansory did to the exterior, they did manage to get more power out of the twinturbocharged V12. It goes from a standard 563 horses to a wilder 602 while torque climbs to 948Nm from 900.