Mansory has managed to stir the automotive world at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show with a large display of flashy and very expensive cars.
You may remember the Lamborghini Urus Venatus or the minty Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabriolet. But if you’ve seen their stand, then it’s very likely that you cannot erase a particular vehicle from your mind: the Bugatti Chiron Centuria.
A not-so-successful attempt at making Bugatti’s hypercar more exciting, Mansory fitted carbon fiber add-ons all around, which are probably there for aesthetic purposes. The wheel pattern is ‘special’ too, and the tuner, known for its very extravagant creations that aren’t to everyone’s taste, also modified the exhaust system.
The interior didn’t escape Mansory’s
wrath attenbtion either, and looks more like a candy shop. Mind you, that would be a very expensive candy shop, because we just found the tuned Chiron on the ‘used’ car market here, with a €4,250,000 ($4,781,360) price tag, tax included.
Mansory are looking to part ways with it, stating that it has only 23 km (14 miles) on the clock. The tuner hopes to make a nice profit, as we found another Chiron for sale, with 323 km (200 miles) that costs about €1 million ($1,125,000) less. Heck, even the Chiron Sport is about €200,000 ($225,000) more affordable. Then again, you pays your money…