Mansory Projects are Wild, Crazy and Mostly Unnecessary

Mansory Projects are Wild, Crazy and Mostly Unnecessary

The company is showing off eight wildly tuned luxury cars at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

Known for its over-the-top projects, Mansory isn’t letting off the gas this year with several high-profile, luxury cars on display in Geneva. There’s the Ferrari 4xx Siracusa Spider, the Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet Black Edition and the Rolls-Royce Dawn for the convertible car enthusiasts, while utility vehicles are being represented with the Bentley Bentayga Black Edition, Maserati Levante, a custom Mercedes-Benz G-Class as well as a V-Class van. If that isn’t enough for you, there’s a widebody Porsche Panamera.

2017 Geneva Motor Show Coverage

Headlining the lineup is the Ferrari 4xx Siracusa Spider, the company’s version of the 488 Spider. But it has a lot more than just body modifications, as Mansory has tuned the Ferrari to 790 horsepower that’s good for a zero-to-62 (0-100 km/h) time of 2.9 seconds.

If for whatever reason you don’t find the Bentley Bentayga luxurious enough, Mansory’s Black Edition version is as luxurious as it gets. Along with a more aggressive exterior highlighted by massive 23-inch wheels, the interior has been crafted with visible carbon fiber and full-leather upholstery.

The trend continues with the other Mansory projects, all of which have been outfitted with custom interiors and carbon fiber accessories. The company is hardly known for its subtlety and its latest lineup at Geneva proves just that point.

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