RollsRoyce chiptuning - Probably the most famous manufacturer of luxury cars based in England was founded in 1906. The founders Henry Royce and Charles Rolls endeavored to build the best vehicle in the world. We strive to improve the best - with RollsRoyce chiptuning. During the Second World War, RR specialized in the construction of aircraft engines, the most well-known being the RR Merlin. Since 2000, the British concern is now in the hands of BMW, the product range and also the possibilities for RollsRoyce chiptuning have thereby drastically developed.
RollsRoyce Chiptuning - The English luxury automobile brand was created by the merger of Henry Royce and Charles Rolls and their idea to build the best cars in the world. The first model is called Silver Ghost and praised by critics in the highest of tones. The Silver cost 1906 about 305 pounds. At that time a proud sum for an automobile. During the Second World War, RR produced aircraft engines for the Allies. In 2003 BMW took over the British company. Since the engines are now supplied by BMW, RollsRoyce chiptuning is well conceivable. To make the best car in the world even better, RollsRoyce Chiptuning was developed.
|RollsRoyce Cullinan||6749 ccm||571 HP||420 kW||850 Nm|
|RollsRoyce Cullinan Black Bagdet||6749 ccm||600 HP||441 kW||900 Nm|
|RollsRoyce Dawn||6592 ccm||571 HP||420 kW||780 Nm|
|RollsRoyce Dawn||6592 ccm||571 HP||420 kW||820 Nm||N74B66|
|RollsRoyce Dawn Black Badge||6592 ccm||601 HP||442 kW||840 Nm||N74B66|
|RollsRoyce Ghost||6592 ccm||571 HP||420 kW||780 Nm||N74B66|
|RollsRoyce Ghost Black Badge||6592 ccm||612 HP||450 kW||840 Nm||N74B66|
|RollsRoyce Ghost EWB||6592 ccm||571 HP||420 kW||780 Nm||N74B66|
|RollsRoyce Phantom VIII||6749 ccm||571 HP||420 kW||900 Nm|
|RollsRoyce Wraith||6592 ccm||632 HP||465 kW||800 Nm||N74B66|
|RollsRoyce Wraith Black Badge||6592 ccm||632 HP||465 kW||870 Nm||N74B66|
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