Mansory’s Take On The New Rolls-Royce Phantom Offers More Luxury, 602 HP

There isn’t much else you can do to a car that already sits atop of its sector, towering over all other luxury mobility products.

Let’s face it, if money is not an issue and you can afford to spend hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars on a set of wheels, odds are you’ll be wanting a Rolls-Royce to sit in your garage, no matter what else you might have there.

With that in mind, despite the Cullinan’s popularity ever since it came out, the Phantom remains the quintessential Rolls-Royce. However, while the British luxury carmaker will let you customize it in a wide variety of ways, you might want to turn to an independent tuner in order to create the Rolls of your dreams.

That’s where Mansory comes in, with their fine materials, performance mods and unique visuals, giving the world’s most imposing luxury saloon even more road presence. Now, whether that’s good or bad, we’ll leave it up to you to decide – not everyone likes beefy bumpers, side skirts or lowered ride heights on big luxury saloons.

With regards to styling, Mansory decided to add some subtle, yet immediately noticeable exterior components, with the sole purpose of making the all-new Phantom look more “noble”. Aside from the larger wheels and side skirts, also new is the front apron with the integrated extension of the grille, the restrained spoiler lip and the double sports exhaust system.

Meanwhile, the interior boasts only the finest leathers with diamond stitched ornaments, creating a more exclusive atmosphere that’s further enhanced by the illuminated entrances and ambient lighting effects in the headliner.

As for performance, the Phantom’s twin-turbocharged V12 has been tuned to produce 610 PS (602 HP) at 5,100 rpm and a peak torque output of 950 Nm (700 lb-ft), up from the stock 571 PS (563 HP) and 900 Nm (663 lb-ft).

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  • TheBelltower

    If the goal is to make a $500,000 car look like a worthless hooptie, Mansory has proven to be experts.

  • Bash

    This would make a fine Optimus Prime, on earth 2 or something.

  • Thetruthísntalwayspopular

    Absolutley hideous.

  • MarketAndChurch

    The black on creme two-tone looks interesting.

  • exeptor

    In some parallel universe everything might be called acceptable, but the steering wheel is a solid no-no in all infinite realities.

  • Marc Gruben

    “Presenting the Wagon Queen Phantom Truckster!”

  • Kaido Alex


  • MMNYC18

    Mansonry is the Ed Hardy of the tuning world.

  • Dennis James

    These guys ruined some very expensive cars.

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