Mansory improves aerodynamics and tweaks air intake and exhaust systems for better performance. The exterior design is highlighted by incorporated LED-elements that channel the air flow theme and inside is an ultra-luxury upgrading too.

Here are the first details on the Linea Vincero by Mansory, based on the Bugatti Veyron 16.4.

Mansory has added lots of carbon fiber exterior paneling for improved aerodynamics and gives the Veyron a literal facelift for a more aggressive look. Incorporated LED-elements also provide the Vincero with an elegiac flow to the design, complimenting the aerodynamic kit.

Power? How about 1109 hp and 1310 Nm. Mansory boosted performance on the Veyron by tweaking air intake and tinkering with the exhaust system. What else could you expect? Chip tuning? This is a Bugatti. Subtle changes is all that science and good taste will permit.

Mansory also adds its own set of completely forged turbine wheels. On the inside you get an ultra-lux-lounge upgrading too with ambient lighting and color contrast schemes that bring out the roof lining and the shift buttons on the steering wheel.

The Linea Vincero by Mansory, based on the Bugatti Veyron 16.4, will premiere at the Geneva auto show in March. You can see it there or you can just buy one if you can't make the show. It's your choice.


Gallery: Details Spilled: Bugatti Veyron Vincero Edition by Mansory