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Mansory 2014 Geneva Line-Up

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Mansory is heading to the 2014 Geneva International Motor Show with five special vehicles that are sure to drop some jaws. Below are what can be seen in Mansory’s booth at the show.

Mansory Bentley FS


 Mansory has taken Bentley’s Continental Flying Spur and turned it into an even more phenomenal vehicle.  The three-tone exterior is complemented by a new front end, featuring separately integrated LED lights and daytime running lights. Also added were new sideskirts, a rear apron and rear spoiler. Two versions of this car available, an 887 hp version and a less extreme version with 734 hp. 








Mansory Carbonado GT


There are few cars out there that will be able to stay toe-to-toe with the Aventador-based Mansory Carbonado GT. The Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 engine has been completely reworked and fitted with two Mansory turbochargers. Also replaced were the pistons, connecting rods, rod bearings, crankshaft, crank and cylinder head. All of these modifications equal 1,600 hp and a 0-60 mph time of just 2.1 seconds.






Mansory Gronos


Named after the Greek god that lead twelve Titans, Kronos, is the Gronos, based on the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG and G65 AMG. TheG63 AMG-based Gronos has a completely reworked eight-cylinder bi-turbo engine that is installed with new genuine motor racing components, resulting in 828 hp. Mansory is currently experimenting on the G65 AMG-based Gronos.






Mansory RR Wraith


Mansory recognizes how perfect the Rolls-Royce Wraith is, but that didn’t stop them from using their expertise and craftsmanship to take the Wraith up a notch. On the front end, Mansory’s Wraith features a new front apron with integrated LED and daytime running lights, front wings, side skirts, rear bumper, rear spoiler and roof spoiler. Even more importantly, they have upped the horsepower to 729 hp.






Mansory Vivere


Mansory is now adding the Vivere to their Bugatti Veyron 16.4 range, which includes the Vincero. When compared to the Vincero, the Vivere has received a large facelift at the front end, which includes modified wings and a shortened bonnet. A new front apron includes integrated LED daytime running lights and a stylized “V” that pays homage to the name Vivere. New side skirts, larger side air outlets and alloy wheels complete the exterior. The interior has been finished with only the finest materials.