The Rolls Royce Ghost “SaRangHae” Edition was exclusively developed for Asia Prince Jang Keun Suk by DMC. The singer who is a super star in Asia and beyond has millions of fans around the world. He is however himself a fan as well, a fan of Luxury Refiner DMC. What started as a passionate commercial project, eventually became friendship between DMC and one of the most creative musicians currently alive.
SaRangHae or 사랑해 in Korean, means love, the strongest of all feelings. What better name for a car that combines the best of German engineering for a Prince that is loved everywhere? So how do you refine a Rolls Royce, a car so royal and bespoke that the normal human would most likely never even get the chance to touch or sit in it?
The trick was not to over-do it, let’s not forget it’s still a Rolls Royce we’re talking about here, and DMC seems to have done the job right: Additional trims on the front fascia present a subtle start in making the car look out among others. The sides feature a straight lined skirt that stays in line with the original design, continuing the idea of under-presence. The rear however features a new trunk spoiler, a rear trim and an under diffuser which adds an aggressive touch to the royal car, but in a gentleman way.
Grand is also the performance package which features a revised ECU and high performance exhaust system. Thanks to these modifications, the twin turbo V12 can now produce an additional 70 PS and 80 Nm. On the German Autobahn this enables you you travel at an increased top-speed of 295 KM/H, and the 0 to 100 is done in 4.5 seconds.
The body package and performance kit is supported by new wheels as well. And they are…. well huge. The diamond forged rims carry the Rolls Royce on 24” sizes and Pirelli tyres. In case you are rubbing your eyes: Yes these are the same wheels that DMC put on their recent wide body G Class G63 Zeus.
DMC has not only managed to make the wheels fit, they were also able to do the impossible, to make this mega sized rim look stunning on a Rolls Royce. How did they pull it off? Well the car had to be modified in the wheel housings to ensure a continued smooth ride and steering ability, but the sheer thin rubber tyre also helped a lot.
As for the interior, the client’s requests dictate a fully custom list of possibilities. Italian leathers, rare materials like Sting Ray and trims of carbon fiber can be applied on any location as each individual sees fit. Due to client’s special request we can’t show you any interior shots, but rest assured it looks stunning and out of this world.
There are 4 videos available for this project:
Video 1: Wheel Preview
Video 2: Wheel Install
Video 3: Body Kit Install
Video 4: Quality Control & Test Drive
DMC’s mission is Making Good Things Better. While the company’s German heritage sparked the initial success, it soon developed its major hotspot in Hong Kong and the Middle East. Recently DMC was accepted as exhibitor of the prestigious Geneva Auto Salon, joining the top-elite of brands in the world.
The team has strong passion for designing and manufacturing products that enhance super-cars. Their work is often cited to be a piece of art, defined by the love of materials like carbon fiber and special leathers. Globally they are based in Germany, Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia.
Recent mile stones, besides joining Geneva exhibition, also include German TUV certification, and CFD & Windtunnel compatibility on its aerodynamic products.
Asia and Middle East are the main markets for DMC. We welcome you to visit http://www.DMC.ag to learn more about our packages for Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Bentley, Porsche, Roll Royce and more.
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