Mansory is an aftermarket tuner of supercars and luxury cars, based in Brand, Germany† The tuning company was founded in 1989 by Kourosh Mansory, an Iranian-British tuner. Since then, the company has tuned everything from luxury GT cars like the Bentley Continental to sports cars like the Ferrari Roma and even a Bugatti Chiron hypercar.
Mansory is known not only for its performance upgrades, but also for its eye-catching visual updates to the cars they tune. For luxury cars, Mansory adds slightly larger wheels, bold colors and interesting trim. With the supercars, however, Mansory goes wild with huge wings, canards, splitters and diffusers – all of which are made of carbon fiber. To spice up the look of their cars, Mansory has switched from the plain weave carbon fiber to the more visually impressive – and very expensive – forged carbon fiber. The coolest thing about the company? It has dealers all over the world – from hubs such as Germany, the UK and Japan to less congested countries such as Switzerland, Poland and Canada. They even have a dealer in Iceland!
So for anyone who thinks their supercar or luxury car looks a little boring, Mansory is here to solve that problem. With that, here are 10 of the coolest creations Mansory has ever made.
10 Bentley Bentayga
The Bentley Bentayga is an elegant car. While some may find the exterior styling a bit controversial, the interior is a fantastic Bentley. Mansory decided to improve the Bentayga, eventually ending up with several different versions. One is the Bentayga ‘Bleurion Edition’†
The ‘Bleurion Edition’ is finished in a special shade of blue, with changes to the exterior styling, including heavy use of forged carbon fiber panels, a huge spoiler on the tailgate and some solid 22-inch wheels. The interior has been redone in blue and white leather and the engine has been boosted to 750 horsepower and 750 lb-ft of torque.
9 Rolls Royce Cullinan
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the most luxurious of the high-end luxury SUVs. It’s basically a Phantom sedan wearing high heels. The Cullinan’s styling – much like the Bentayga’s – has proved a bit controversial, with some reviewers pointing out that painted black makes the vehicle look like a London taxicab.
Anyway, Mansory has worked his magic and has four different options available to spice up the Cullinan. The best of the four is the Coastline trim, which adds some subtle wide arches, new front and rear bumpers, a large tailgate spoiler and some 22-spoke 22-inch rims. The interior is also wrapped in light blue leather which adds to the overall look of the car.
8 Lamborghini Urus
The Lamborghini Urus is a great super SUV currently competing to be the fastest and fastest SUV in production. Naturally, Mansory modified the Urus and renamed it ‘Venatus’ – or ‘hunter’ in Latin.
The Venatus gets some aggressive body modifications, including carbon fiber throughout — from the hood and roof to the side skirts, splitter and diffuser. Mansory even rearranged the exhaust system to end up in the middle. They also added a huge rear wing to the tailgate, which would fit a GT3 race car better than an SUV.
7 Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon
Mansory has created a whole range of models of G-Class vehicles, from a simple model as some extra parts for the G500 to a monstrous armored version of the G63 AMG, and finally the Gronos – an all-out version of the G-Class†
The Gronos has an upgraded engine — still a 4.0 liter displacement — but now produces 850 horsepower and 738 lb-ft. The exterior of the Gronos is finished in British Racing Green with forged carbon fiber accents and massive 24-inch wheels. The interior features reupholstered seats with softer and more elegant leather.
6 Rolls Royce Dawn
The Rolls-Royce Dawn is the most luxurious convertible on the market. It has a big and smooth twin-turbocharged V12 tuned to let the Dawn glide at a fast pace. Because it is a luxury car, Mansory added their expertise and created a pretty nice convertible†
Finished in blue with a silver two-tone, the Mansory Dawn has some subtly upgraded bumpers and side skirts. Special Mansory wheels compliment the design and add some sportiness and the orange leather interior makes the Dawn a bit more cheerful. Strangely enough, the different colors work well together.
5 Bentley Continental GTC V8
The Mansory Continental GTC V8 makes quite a statement. Where the standard Continental GT can be both luxurious and sporty, Mansory Continental takes the car to another level† Finished in black with black accents and big black wheels, the Mansory Continental looks menacing.
The eye-catcher of the car is the interior, which is finished in ‘chrome oxite green’, a kind of darker mint color. The green theme continues with the same colored pinstripe along the side of the car, as well as on the brake calipers and in the crystal headlamps.
4 Ferrari Roma
The Ferrari Roma is one of the most beautiful cars to emerge from the Prancing Horse design house, with elegant yet athletic curves and bulges. While the Roma is just a rebuilt Portofino, it’s so much better in every way.
Mansory saw this and added a body kit that builds on the car’s sportiness† The kit includes a new hood, front splitter, rear diffuser, side skirts and an interesting ducktail spoiler. Power was also increased to over 700 horsepower and the speed limiter was relaxed, giving a top speed of 206 mph.
3 Aston Martin DBX
The Aston Martin DBX is the first all-wheel drive and the first SUV the British brand has ever made. It has been a success so far and Aston Martin has even released a faster version in the form of the DBX707. Mansory has also been busy making their own version of it – that looks a bit sinister†
The Mansory DBX boasts 800 horsepower and 738 lb-ft from the standard 4.0-liter AMG V8. They also fitted the car with an aggressive body kit and two rear spoilers – one on the roof and one on the tailgate. The interior was also revamped, but most interestingly, Mansory moved the engine’s Start/Stop button to the roof – like in an airplane.
2 Ford GT
The Ford GT is a great car in its own right. With a powerful EcoBoost V6 and the entertaining transition to track mode, the GT has been on everyone’s shortlist. Since it is a relatively rare supercar, Mansory took the time and created the Le Mansorya heavily modified version of the American icon.
Mansory changed most of the car, changed the entire front end, replaced the side skirts, added more vents throughout, and replaced the electronically controlled spoiler with a solid, fixed rear wing. Mansory has limited the number of Le Mansorys to just three, making it one of the rarest custom cars in the world.
1 Smart ForTwo
In addition to luxury and sporty cars, Mansory also modifies compact vehicles that are equally rare. One of those cars is the Smart ForTwo† Mansory took this little hatchback and gave it a widebody kit, widened the tires and added a host of woven carbon fiber parts to the car.
They added 18-inch wheels to the car, which look fine on normal vehicles, but look huge on a Smart. The interior has been completely renewed and the power of the small 0.9 liter three-cylinder turbo has been increased to 140 hp from the standard 100 hp. Of all Mansory products, the Smart ForTwo is one of the company’s most amazing creations.