If you’re a car fanatic, then you definitely know that Mansory is the number one company to look to for luxury car modifications. Based in Brand, Germany, the tuning firm is well known for its outlandish bodywork and interior modifications to luxury brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce and many, many more. Somewhat of a trademark material of theirs is the ultra-light carbon fiber, which is baked under high pressure and heat to make it durable. So for your entertainment, we’ve compiled a list of 15 of the most extravagant Mansory modified cars. You’ll probably drool over all of them, but tell us which one you like best.
15. The Rolls Royce Wraith Palm Edition 999
As if a Rolls Royce didn’t already scream “extravagant,” Mansory decided to add a generous amount of gold to the luxury car. The Palm Edition 999 is the name given to the two-tone, white and gold upgraded Rolls Royce Wraith. The number 999 is significant as it is a reference to pure gold and because Mansory intended to build only 9 cars of this model. As far as the exterior goes, the car was given new spoilers and pure gold badges, as well as side skirts in none other than Mansory’s trademark carbon fiber. The interior is just as impressive, with fine leather and pure gold elements. However, the car’s functioning was also improved by Mansory, who upgraded the car’s V12 engine so that the vehicle can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds.
14. Lamborghini Aventador SV: J.S.1 Edition
A “regular” Lamborghini Aventador SV (if there even is such a thing) can cost a hefty $400,000, the price of a decent house in North America. Just how do you top that? Simple: get one that’s the price of a mansion. At a whopping 1.6 million dollars, Mansory’s customized version of the Lamborghini Aventador SV, dubbed the J.S.1 Edition, is literally one-of-a-kind. This Batmobile-like car was named after the person it was made specifically for, James Stunt. It features a new power box, air performance filter and exhaust system. Mansory’s version of the car, with all of the carbon elements that were added to it, is 110 pounds lighter than the original. This results in higher performance, with the vehicle reaching 0 to 100 km/h in 2.7 seconds.
13. Bugatti Veyron Mansory Vivere Edition
Undoubtedly one of the most expensive cars in the world, the Bugatti Veyron Mansory Vivere Edition costs 3 million dollars! The exterior has been perked up with daytime LED lights in the front (because the car wasn’t already eye-catching without it), modified wings, five double-spoke alloy wheels and a shortened hood. The interior was refined with black and white leather and LEDs throughout. The vehicle also features larger air outlets and a new diffuser. Of course, no Mansory car would be complete without a lot of carbon fiber, and the Vivere edition is no exception. This beauty reaches a top speed of 410 km/hr and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.6 seconds.
12. Mansory GT Race Bentley Continental
Mansory went all out on this GT Bentley Continental, adding significant amounts of carbon fiber, special sideskirts to give smoother airflow between the axles and sporty rear wings. They also threw in a new engine and sport air filter. Finally, they topped it all off with a gorgeous green and white paint scheme. You can have a seat in the soft leather and carbon sport seats while you drive up to a maximum speed of 330 km/hr.
11. Mansory Ferrari F12 La Revoluzione
What’s more extravagant than a Ferrari? You guessed it, a customized 1.4 million dollar Mansory Ferrari F12 La Revoluzione in all its carbon glory. This ruby-colored gem features a reworked engine which outputs 1,200 horsepower, five triple spoke wheels and a new exhaust system. The bodywork is sleek and in line with any sportscar lover’s dream. If you’re brave enough (and rich enough), you can enjoy driving at a maximum speed of 370 km/h in this redesigned Ferrari.
10. Bentley Continental GT Speed Vitesse Rose
If you’ve ever dreamed of being a real-life Barbie, Mansory’s Bentley Continental GT Speed Vitesse Rose can assist you with that. Only three of these eye-catching pink cars were made. The exterior boasts LED lights and a carbon fiber bonnet while the interior consists of pink leather and aluminum pedals. The light aluminum alloy wheels improve the braking distance and handling. What’s more is that there’s a new stainless steel exhaust system and control unit for air suspension.
9. 458 Spider Monaco Edition
Add more power and more carbon to a Ferrari 458 Spider and you’ll get the 458 Spider Monaco Edition. Mansory decided to add a new skirt with bigger air intakes, a new bonnet and a new diffuser, all made from their favorite material, carbon fiber. This makes their version of the car 120 pounds lighter than the stock version, resulting in a 0 to 100 km/h time of 3.2 seconds. That’s not all though, Mansory also added sports shock absorbers with lowering springs and a new engine management system. The interior of the car features a red and white diamond pattern, the color of the Monaco Principality
8. The Mercedes G63 Sahara Edition
If you’d like to outshine the Kardashians as far as their automobile collection goes, look no further than Mansory’s G63 Sahara Edition. The Kardashians may have the standard G63 AMG, but Mansory’s tuned version is on another level. Not only did they redesign the body with carbon fiber, but they added camouflage decals as well. The interior of the vehicle is leather, with hints of falcon and wing decals on the seats, headrest and doors. Mansory also transformed this ride by adding racing components such as upgraded pistons, connecting rods and cylinder heads which all allows the modified twin-turbo V8 engine to be capable of producing a power output of 828HP.
7. Mansory McLaren MP4-12C
If the Kardashians aren’t enough of a challenge for you, and you’d like to outshine the sun itself, then this crimson colored Mansory McLaren MP4-12C with gold ten-spoke ultra-light wheels is the car for you. Once again, replacing significant components of this car with carbon fiber improves its performance by increasing acceleration and reducing braking distance. The top speed of this beauty is 353 km/h. The interior of the Mansory McLaren is made to give its occupants comfort, with only the finest leather used. A new airbag, sports steering wheel and aluminum pedal top it all off.
6. Mansory Cyrus
Based on the Aston Martin DB9 or DBS, the Mansory Cyrus (named after the first Persian Emperor) is one beast of a car. The front end is composed of strips of carbon fiber, the sides are flared and Mansory added a new diffuser. An astounding 154 pounds was stripped off thanks to the carbon bodywork, allowing the car to reach a top speed of 300 km/h. Throw in catalysers and mufflers made of stainless steel along with a powerful 540bhp V12 engine and you’re looking at a $620,000 Mansory creation.
5. Range Rover Autobiography LWB
When you picture a Range Rover, you probably imagine a big, rugged vehicle covered in dirt. Well, you might not want to get any dirt on the Mansory Range Rover Autobiography LWB. This luxurious model is slathered in gold and black paint, has a new hood, features longer side skirts and of course, has a carbon fiber radiator grille. The interior consists of diamond weave tan leather and wooden elements.
4. Mansory Mercedes S63 AMG
If you like sleek, sporty designs, then you’ll love the Mansory Mercedes S63 AMG. With a dual vented hood, a roof spoiler with a massive rear wing and a front spoiler with air intakes and LEDs, this is one special creation. That’s all in addition to 22-inch multi-spokes and an air suspension module. But as with anything Mansory touches, it isn’t all about looks. Beneath the surface, there’s also an engine upgrade that can reach an output of up to 1,000 horsepower.
3. Mansory Tesla Model S
With green accents that are a testament to its eco nature, Mansory Tesla Model S is one beautifully designed car, inside and out. It comes with a newly designed front apron (with daytime LEDs), modified side skirts and more. By now, it should be obvious that all of the body modifications are constructed with carbon fiber, which saves energy consumption and makes the car faster than is probably necessary.
2. Mansory Maserati Gran Turismo
The Mansory version of the Maserati Gran Turismo has a carbon fiber front spoiler, grille, hood, door sills, rear spoiler, exhaust inlay, and a rear apron and diffuser. The interior features red-orange and black leather seats and an ergonomically designed steering wheel. Even the wheels are painted to match the color of the vehicle. Under the bonnet, Mansory added more power, enhancing the performance of the V8 unit by 30 horsepower each.
1. Mansory Porsche Panamera
For its version of the Porsche Panamera, Mansory used high-strength carbon material, as well as resistant polyurethane RIM. They widened the front and rear of the vehicle by 70 mm using fender extensions and added large air inlets on the newly designed front to optimize air flow to the drive unit. Add on top of that stitched logos, LEDs and 22 inch rims and you have one good-looking ride. Mansory never forgets about performance and to enhance this Porsche, they added modified turbochargers and a supplementary control unit, allowing this sweet ride to go from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds and raising the engine output from 520 horsepower to 680 horsepower.