Mansory Teases Six New Supercar Body Kits

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Models from Porsche, Ferrari, and Maserati all feature.

It is only fairly recently that the aftermarket tuning scene has taken a serious interest in supercars, but now that it has a taste for blue blood, every second tuning company thinks it can improve upon some of the most technologically advanced and most beautifully styled vehicles in the world. Mansory is one of them. This luxury car modification firm based in Brand, Germany has modified it all; from the exclusive Ford GT, all the way through to the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Rolls-Royce Ghost. Most of the time this company makes things worse, but on the odd occasion, it doesn't do too bad of a job. Its latest teaser shows off some interesting styling updates for exotics such as the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Maserati MC20, McLaren 765LT, Aston Martin DBX, and Porsche 911.

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2020-2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale Forward Vision Ferrari
2021 Ferrari Roma Lateral View Ferrari

In recent social media posts, Mansory revealed some styling bits for the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and Roma, including custom side skirts, a new front fascia, an aggressive rear diffuser, as well as an extended rear wing. Surprisingly, both the SF90 and Roma still look agreeable, and not too overdone. The second teaser shows off a Maserati MC20 and McLaren 765LT. Unfortunately, the Maserati bears the brunt of Mansory's modification fever dreams and now features a massive rear wing, roof scoop, and modifications to its side vents, rear diffuser, and front fascia. The McLaren 765LT gets away with a few more subtle (in context) body modifications, including ribbed fender flares.

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Finally, Mansory also spent some time developing a kit for the 992-generation Porsche 911 and Aston Martin DBX. The Porsche kit is restrained and simply alters the side intakes, side skirts, front fascia, rear wing, and diffuser. The DBX, however, gets the full treatment, and now features two rear wings, massively flared wheel arches, and a bulging hood. We must admit that some of these kits could actually look quite good. Mansory is yet to announce when these kits will be released or revealed in full, and how much they'll go for.

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2021-2022 Porsche 911 Turbo Frontal Aspect Porsche
2021-2022 Aston Martin DBX Front View Driving Aston Martin

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