Rolls-Royce Dawn Meets SPOFEC, the Result is a Matter of Taste

SPOFEC, as in Spirit of Ecstasy. Get it?

Let's get one thing straight from the very beginning. Tuning work should never be executed on a luxury car unless you want that particular automobile to be the four-wheel equivalent of Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor remixed by Justin Bieber.

But – and this is a questionable "but" – once in a blue moon, SPOFEC makes customizing look good on a car like, let's say, the drop-dead-gorgeous Rolls-Royce Dawn.

Again, the undersigned totally disapproves with such practices mainly because they're just as pointless as dressing a car in carbon fiber from wheels to roof, but hey, at least the result is better looking than the aberration called the Scaldarsi Emperor.

Case in point, SPOFEC took the RR Dawn and illustrated their own definition for improvement. That means a power bump to 686 hp and 980 Nm (723 lb-ft) of torque plus a stainless steel sport exhaust setup which can be combined with the optional electronic sound management program.

There's a new carbon fiber kit that tries to blend with the if-you-ask-us-flawless shape of the factory-spec Dawn, which SPOFEC claims to have been "perfected in the wind tunnel."

Add custom paint jobs, 22-inch wheels available in various chromatic finishes plus an air suspension module that lowers the car by 40 mm at speeds of under 140 km/h and you get the finite product pictured in the photo gallery above.