Tuning

Mansory Comes To Geneva Loaded With Mental Motors

Crazy to look at, but backed up with naughty levels of performance.

As has become tradition with the German tuner, Mansory arrived at the Geneva Motor Show with a glut of modified machines to impress buyers wanting a new mental Maserati Levante, a Rolls-Royce Dawn fit for an Arabian prince wanting insane levels of performance or a G500 4x4 squared with a seriously bad attitude. In total, it arrived with no less than eight models. Here they are (minus the V-Class we didn't think you'd care about):

The Porsche Panamera was easily the most bling of the bunch, with a Candy Red paint job, carbon-fiber everything, massive 22-inch rims, and and an extra 25 horsepower. If you were thinking about the new Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo, you might want to check this out first.

The Bentley Bentayga Black Edition has gone from the world’s most exclusive SUV to, well, this. There’s a new front splitter, additional DRLs, visible carbon fiber, a carbon-fiber hood, custom rear diffuser, two dual-tailpipes, and a significant boost in power. The Bentley’s W12 now delivers 701 hp, enabling it to hit a top speed of 193 mph.

Keeping it classy, the Rolls-Royce Dawn was given a sporty bodykit and a bucket load of power. 740 hp is now generated from the V12, resulting in a 0-62 mph sprint of 4.5 seconds.

The Maserati Levante gets a widebody kit with orange paint and visible carbon, 22-inch alloys, angular tailpipes and an extra 35 horses to play with.

The S-Class Cabrio Black Edition gets an aerodynamic bodykit, a lowered suspension, and a mighty engine upgrade that gives it a whopping 840 hp or 250 horses more than the S63.

The Mansory GRONOS G500 4x4 squared is dubbed the Black Desert and looks absolutely nuts thanks to a carbon-fiber widebody kit, a new set of wheels and a boost in power.

Following last year’s 4XX Siracusa, Mansory has given a similar upgrade to the 488 Spider. The twin-turbo V8 now delivers 790 hp, enabling it to hit 62 mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed beyond 200 mph. Four progressively wound lowering springs drops the car 20 mm closer to the ground.

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