While some Rolls-Royce owners prefer to be chauffeured in their Phantoms, others prefer to drive their Dawn or Wraith (or even both) themselves and wouldn’t mind a bit extra power and a more aggressive stance.
And it’s the second category that’s being targeted by Renntech, with a few interesting propositions that give both models more power and an sportier looks.
The stock 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 pushes out 571 PS (563 hp / 420 kW) and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) in the Dawn, and 632 PS (624 hp / 465 kW) and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) in the Wraith. The Florida-based tuner manages, through an ECU remap, to lift the output by 96 PS (95 hp / 71 kW) and 122 Nm (90-lb-ft) of torque.
Besides improving the throttle response of both cars, Renntech has also equipped them with a lowering module that is working perfectly with the factory ride adjustments. This feature “makes the Rolls sit properly”, according to the company’s president, Hartmut Feyhl, as it allows the driver to adjust the ride height with “millimeter precision”.
The best part about fitting a Dawn or Wraith with these upgrades is that they don’t affect their ‘perfectness’. That mean the magic carpet ride won’t suffer as a result, and neither will the impressive quietness in the cabin, or at least that’s what Renntech promises.