Mansory Gettin’ Jiggy With New Bentley Continental GT

One of Mansory’s biggest reveals at this year’s Geneva Motor Show is its tuning program for the latest Bentley Continental GT. Details regarding what it consists of are actually scarce, but everything points to a whole lot of luxury.

The dual-tone exterior features a blend of carbon fiber and high-gloss elements, with just about every piece of extra kit made out of the lightweight material. The body kit itself sports a custom front spoiler with vent surrounds, side skirts, rear diffuser and a rear wing.

More carbon fiber can be found on the wing mirror covers, rear spoiler, exterior door trim and on the hood, which also features black edges to match the radiator grille. Other mods include the lightweight multi-spoke alloy wheels which measure a massive 22 inches.

There’s also no mistaking the huge light blue brake calipers, while the interior seems to feature turquoise leather, additional carbon fiber elements and, knowing Mansory, most likely a custom steering wheel and a bunch of personalized badges, too.

Once Mansory does reveal everything we need to know about their Continental program, the British luxury grand tourer will join other new Bentley products within the tuner’s stable, such as the Bentayga (including the Bleurion Edition), and the Mulsanne.

So, if you belonged in the one percent that has the means to indulge in such luxury, would you pick up this Continental or the one Startech brought to Geneva?

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  • Adilos Nave

    Mansory sure does love that unidirectional carbon-fiber, don’t they? Does the rear-quarter view resemble a 1995 Camaro to anyone else? Not exactly something to shoot for.

  • ErnieB

    Manaory does a an amazing job of ruining great beautiful cars.. they have a way with ugly that no one can top!

    • Mr. EP9

      There was the one firm called Nimrod that outdid them a few years back. I have no idea what happened to them, though.

  • TheBelltower

    Looks like a panda. Who is the audience for Mansory? Everything they do is just terrible.

    • Adilos Nave

      Ever seen Jersey Shore or Growing Up Gotti?

      • TheBelltower

        Thankfully, no.

    • Mr. EP9

      People with more money than taste.


    • SteersUright

      For so many with ill-gotten funds, the show off game is real, and its all about out-doing your neighbor who can afford the very same supercar. It amazes me when I see whats done to these cars in Moscow, Dubai, Miami, etc.

  • Howfarr

    Looks like sh*t camo wrap

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