The first BRABUS based on a Rolls-Royce aims to be the luxury sedan to rule them all.

You’ve heard of BRABUS and you’ve heard of Rolls-Royce. Both are brands that push the automotive world to new heights with unfathomable levels of luxury, performance, and artful design. What happens, however, when they come together? With the BRABUS 700, based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost II, we have an answer, and it’s nothing short of magnificent.

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Given the BRABUS treatment, the Rolls-Royce Ghost II-turned BRABUS 700 is sportier and bolder-looking than ever, with exposed carbon, a BRABUS front and rear spoilers, rear diffuser, Monoblock M “Platinum Edition” wheels. Opening the doors of the BRABUS 700 reveals the intersection of BRABUS and Rolls-Royce interior craftsmanship with a BRABUS Masterpiece interior, upholstered with porcelain-colored leather and accented with exposed carbon fiber. Driving the BRABUS 700, however, reveals another renowned strength of the BRABUS brand: performance. The engine has been upgraded to produce 700 horsepower and nearly 700 lb/ft of torque and sends the BRABUS 700 from 0-60 in just 4.6 seconds. As a Rolls-Royce given the BRABUS touch, the BRABUS 700 is a luxury sedan beyond imagination.

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