Infamous tuning company Mansory will display a plethora of models at the Geneva Motor Show, one of which being a heavily modified Bugatti Chiron. The result is interesting, to say the least.
Mansory has made a name for itself over the years with its overt upgrade packages for various sports cars, supercars, and hypercars. Despite the outlandish and opinion-splitting looks of its vehicles, the company never fails to get its hands on the most exclusive cars on the market.
Its Bugatti Chiron follows a similar philosophy to other recent Mansory products.
Reportedly dubbed the Mansory Centuria and unveiled at the Palexpo convention center in Geneva, the modified hypercar has been outfitted with a selection of eye-catching exterior parts made from the unique style of forged carbon which Mansory premiered at last year’s Geneva Auto Show.
Parts finished in this material include a sharp rear diffuser and wing, aspects of the wheels, side skirts, front wheel arch louvers, headlight surrounds, and the hood. Mansory has even designed a roof scoop for the vehicle, but it appears to be purely for aesthetics purposes, serving no role in helping to cool the hypercar’s 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine.
Mansory has also designed an intriguing exhaust system for the Chiron that includes four tailpipes positioned into an oval.
The Bugatti Chiron Centuria won’t be the only car Mansory brings to Geneva, as tuner’s stand is sure to be filled with plenty of other expensive performance and luxury models.