What could you possibly do to make a Rolls-Royce Wraith look any better? Quite a few things apparently, as proven by a company named ARES Performance. Its experts added a brand new front grille to this elegant and powerful vehicle, and they also replaced the stock bumpers, diffuser and side skirts.
The standard wheels were swapped for 22” or 23” counterparts, while the interior received high-end materials such as leather, carbon fiber, Alcantara and wood. The ARES steering wheel was also added, of course, in order to enhance the car’s exclusivity. Under the hood, the company’s Stage 1 power kit enables the roaring V12 engine to develop 700 horsepower, while Stage 2 enables an output of 800 horsepower.