Mansory first presented its overhauled Bentley Flying Spur on the eve of last year’s cancelled Geneva Motor Show and has just wrapped up work building its latest example.
While Mansory has surprised many with some slightly more restrained styling kits in recent months, its package for the Flying Spur is far from subtle. Alterations start at the front end and include an overhauled fascia with a unique bumper, air intakes, splitter, and a carbon fiber hood and grille surround.
Complementing the new front-end are a series of tweaks that have been made to the sides. These include a red pinstripe running the length of the car, carbon fiber side skirts, and multi-spoke black wheels with a red rim. Rounding out the modifications is a new rear bumper, a carbon fiber lip spoiler and no less than three Mansory badges on the rear.
The tuner hasn’t left any stone unturned when it comes to the Bentley’s interior either. As such, it features unique side sills with scuff plates that read ‘Mansory’ and ‘More Than Racing’. There is also luscious white leather adorning the seats, door panels, lower dashboard, and steering wheel. Various other parts across the cabin are finished in lightweight carbon fiber with a unique weave.
A number of powertrain modifications have also been made, so much so that the 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 now pumps out 710 hp and 737 lb-ft (1,000 Nm) of torque compared to the 626 hp and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of the standard car, allowing it to hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.6 seconds.