As if the British car manufacturer wasn’t making enough limited edition, bespoke models to begin with, DMC took a swing at its own exclusive, unique Roller as well.
Called the “SaRangHae” Edition, this particular Rolls Royce was exclusively developed for “Asia Prince” aka Jang Keun Suk (who isn’t actually a prince, but a Korean actor and singer) by the German tuner.
Apparently, Mr. Asia Prince has an exquisite taste for fine automobiles and commissioned DMC to leave its bespoke print on the luxurious vehicle. The Project’s name, SaRangHae, means love in Korean, and DMC decided that a subtle approach for the Roller is enough to keep it in sync with the main motif.
Still, DMC understands that Rolls Royce can’t be treated with outrageous aftermarket visual cues, thus creating a very subtle body-kit for the vehicle. Additional trims on the front fascia were installed, the sides now feature straight linked skirts, while the rear was garnished with a new trunk spoiler, a rear trim and a diffuser – but nothing eye poking, to say the least.
Sitting on 24-inch diamond-forged wheels (the same model seen on the recently unveiled Zeus G-Class), the Roller also comes with a slight bump in power. Don’t expect something drastic, though, as the twin-turbo V12’s power figure was bumped by only 70 PS and 80 Nm of torque to a total output of 640 PS and 860 Nm of torque – enough to take the 2.5-ton car from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 second, all the way to a top speed of 295 Km/h.