Finally. A Mansory you might even call subtle.
We don't want to be offensive or anything, but Mansory is hardly known for creating tasteful, elegant designs.
It made some handsome transformations over the years, but it misses more often than not. We can maybe forgive it for all of the high-end SUVs it has ruined over the years because those were already tacky, to begin with. You can't really ruin a Mercedes-AMG G63 or a pre-facelift Bentayga. But we'll never forgive them for what they did to the Ford GT.
You can imagine then that it's pretty alarming to receive an email from Mansory with the words "Rolls-Royce" in the subject line.
Mansory is proud to present a Softkit for the Rolls-Royce Dawn Silver Bullet, already a limited edition model made by Rolls. Only 50 were made, which in the world of the absurdly rich is way too many. Bentley only made 12 Bacalars, for example. Most of what Mansory has to offer also works on the Wraith.
That's likely why this kit exists so that Silver Bullet owners can set themselves apart just a little more. Mansory calls it a "Softkit" because the conversion isn't as extensive as the cars it usually overhauls. The interior is entirely untouched, which is very unlike Mansory. The three significant upgrades can also be ordered individually, so owners don't have to go the whole nine yards.
Mansory's three main focal points are design, wheels, and performance. On the design side, you can order a host of carbon fiber body parts, like a front lip, rear apron, side skirts, a spoiler for the tailgate, and newly designed brackets for the daytime running lights.
For the wheels, Mansory decided to keep it simple. The wheels chosen by Rolls-Royce stay put, but Mansory is willing to paint them any color you want.
Performance-wise, it's a simple ECU tune that increases the power from 553 hp and 605 lb-ft to 740 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. It just goes to show how laid-back Rolls's twin-turbo V12 is. The new power output is suitable for a top speed of nearly 180 mph.