Even though we’d like to think Rolls-Royce models don’t get tuned all that often – and I think they shouldn’t be – the cold facts say otherwise. Just check the Instagram pages of various artists and you’ll soon learn a lot about what can be done on a Rolls-Royce and how you can ‘make it your own’. At this point, I may be alone in thinking that a Phantom, for example, should be customized by Rolls-Royce before it leaves Goodwood.

In case you want to buy a Phantom and think the customization options from Rolls-Royce are simply not enough for your peculiar taste, there are choices on the market out there. The newest was launched by SPOFEC, a company known for catering to the taste of the richest people on the planet. The Germans unveiled a kit for the eight iteration of the Phantom and it comes with some rather interesting choices.

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The tuner created its own bumper for the front fascia which, according to them, reduces front-end lift at high speeds. The rocker panels on the sides are also different while the badges on the front fenders have been highlighted. Round the back we also get a subtle spoiler. The visual upgrades continue with the 24″ wheels created in collaboration with Vossen. According to SPOFEC, the wheels are available in 72 colors and two finishes: polished and brushed.

That’s not all and this might be the most important upgrade offered by the tuner: a new ECU map for the engine. This is one of the few times when someone actually bothered to improve the power output of the 6.75-liter V12 of the Phantom. With the SPOFEC upgrade it can now deliver 685 HP and 744 lb-ft (1,010 Nm) of torque which is pretty darn impressive. While I might not be sold on the visual upgrades, I wouldn’t say no to driving this beast.