The tuning house went all out on the Flying Spur and transformed the luxury saloon into a much more “bold” proposition.
In true Mansory fashion, the Bentley now sports a carbon-fiber bodywork. Moreover, it’s been lowered by 30 mm and sits on 22-inch alloys.
Not very subtle, is it, especially if you take into account its eye-poking two-tone paint scheme. And, of course, the cabin has also received a lot of attention, with bespoke trimming and quilted leather to make it stand out from the stock model.
The output has been upped “slightly”. Which actually means there’s an extra 120 PS over the standard power figure, and that translates into total of 745 PS. Torque has been increased as well, to an impressive 950 Nm figure. Thanks to the additional power the Bentley now rockets from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.0 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 14.0 seconds.
No question about performance and opulence, then. The bodywork, on the other hand, can be labeled interesting or plain garish. You know the saying about opinions, but we’d go for the second.