It's less gaudy than most Mansory creations.
Mansory was amongst the tuners most impacted by the cancelation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show caused due to the coronavirus outbreak. The German tuning house always shows up to Geneva with several of its latest models and 2020 was set to be no exception. Instead, Mansory had to reveal its latest creations online, including a tastefully modified Audi RS6 Avant and a Rolls-Royce Cullinan with a shockingly blue interior.
Even though the car was launched just a few weeks ago, Mansory has already turned its sights on the 2020 Bentley Flying Spur. Mansory hasn't given the car a special name and it is one of the more reserved tuning jobs we've seen from the company.
Like most Mansory jobs, the Flying Spur has been equipped with an aggressive body kit, which is less distracting than usual because of the black paint scheme. Mansory cars tend to be extremely gaudy but this Flying Spur is mostly black with only minor hints of red on the bumpers, wheels, hood, and coach lines.
All in all, we think this is one of the more attractive tuning jobs Mansory has done. Even the 22-inch wheels aren't particularly tacky but we definitely prefer the ones equipped on the passenger side. We assume Mansory equipped two sets of wheels to the car to show customers how different styles look on the car.
Inside, it's difficult to ruin a Bentley interior. So Mansory just added even more leather and carbon fiber than you'd get from the factory. The custom-shaped steering wheel looks a bit odd but just like the exterior, we've seen worse from Mansory. Under the hood, the company is quite proficient at tuning luxury vehicles. The 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 now produces 710 horsepower and 737 lb-ft of torque, which are significant increases over the stock engine's 626 hp and 664 lb-ft output. With the boost in power, the 0-60 time drops from 3.8 to 3.6 seconds.