Is The Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron An Overpriced Rice Mobile?


We've definitely seen those LEDs on a Honda Civic.

Aftermarket tuner Mansory recently unveiled its full Vivere specification conversion kit for the Bugatti Veyron 16.4. The custom Mansory Veyron features a bevy of custom options including a black and white color scheme, gorgeous carbon fiber body work, and an interior absolutely slathered with carbon amenities. Other noticeable asthetic modifications include striking five double-spoke alloy wheels and bright tubular LED lighting in the front bumper. The Vivere also has a noticeably more aggressive sounding exhaust than a stock Veyron.

One of these Mansory Veyrons was recently spotted cruising the streets of London by car buff Shmee150. The custom hypercar definitely stands out and is certainly unique, but some seem to think it looks cheapened with Mansory’s choice of styling modifications. What do you think? Is this Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron stunning or overpriced rice?

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