This is one of the tuner's better efforts.
Mansory is one of the world's most prominent tuners of luxury cars, but its efforts haven't always been the most cohesive or attractive. The German firm has been able to turn the Mercedes G-Class into a tasteless mess, has made the Bentley Bentayga into a hideous beast, and has even managed to make a Ferrari F8 Tributo look like an eight-year old's Hot Wheels toy. So when we heard that the tuning company was turning its attention to the spectacular Porsche Taycan, we grumbled in misery. In a rare twist, however, Mansory hasn't gone too over the top on this one, and we kinda like the work carried out here.
The first thing you'll notice is that Mansory hasn't been stingy with its application of forged carbon fiber. The stuff has been used to accessorize the front air intakes, headlights, door sills, mirror caps, front doors, tailgate, and front fascia. The painted hood is also made entirely of carbon while the rear apron is made solely of forged carbon. This is available in two options - with or without an integrated third brake light in the middle of the diffuser.
As you'd expect, the modifications for the exterior are incomplete without new wheels, so light alloy rims in a Y.5 design are fitted, measuring 22 inches. Mansory can also offer these wheels with a diamond-polished rim surface and the brake calipers can be painted any color you like.
Inside, additional leather upholstery is added to almost every surface that can accept it, and you can have contrast stitching to match the color of your car's paint too. Carbon fiber is again the material of choice for trim accents, with door sills, floor mats, aluminum pedals, and even a leather and carbon steering wheel fitted, all with the Mansory logo. In all honesty, the overall effect of the car is still fairly shocking, and this isn't the type of car that you expect to see in the parking lot at Pebble Beach. Nonetheless, it's one of Mansory's more restrained efforts, and for that we applaud the tuner.