We're accustomed to Mansory tuning ultra-luxurious models or supercars from brands of the likes of Bentley, Bugatti, and Ferrari, but at this week's Geneva Auto Salon, the German firm will present its take on a…golf cart, albeit a special one at that.
The Garia Mansory Currus is a limited production version of a new model made by Garia, a Danish manufacturer of luxury golf cars, called the Roadster. Mansory says it will build only seven examples of the electric golf cart that bears its name.
Signature Mansory styling features include a dashboard dressed in high-quality leather, an adjustable custom seat, a carbon-fiber rear body and black alloy wheels.
In addition, it comes with an adjustable setting for maximum motor braking and battery regeneration, as well as a speed switch with different driving modes called 'Golf', 'Street' and 'Race' that adjust top speed and acceleration parameters, and which are unique to the Garia Mansory Currus edition.
Electric power is provided from a set of lithium batteries that offer an extended driving range of up to 60 kilometers or 37 miles, and an increased top speed of up to 60km/h or 37mph.
According to Mansory, the Currus is available as a street legal golf cart in Europe and as a non-street legal model in the U.S.