Mansory Design debuted at the Geneva Motor Show last week the tuning programs for the Lamborghini Aventador, McLaren MP4-12C and the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG, but their was one more world premiere that escaped the attention of the world's media.

Mansory Design debuted at the Geneva Motor Show last week the tuning programs for the Lamborghini Aventador, McLaren MP4-12C and the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG, but their was one more world premiere that escaped the attention of the world's media.

For the redesigned Bentley Continental GT and GTC, Mansory revealed a redesigned widebody kit with high-quality interior customizations dubbed Le Mansory II. It features a newly designed front bumper fascia with Mansory's own daytime driving lights and a vented carbon fiber hood. The carbon fiber front fenders and rear quarter panels widen the vehicles tracks by 50mm at the front axle and 60mm at the rear. There are also newly designed side sills, carbon fiber boot lid spoiler and a rear bumper fascia which is accented by stacked eliptical quad exhaust tips encased in a carbon fiber diffuser. Further defining Le Mansory II are one-piece 10 x 22 ultra light forged wheels with 10 double spokes using uses 295/25 tires.

On the technical side, Mansory improved performance of the 6.0-liter W12 engine with a sports exhaust system, sports air filter and optimised engine management which boosts power to 672 HP (494 kW) at 6,000 rpm. The torque is also raised to 780 Nm at 1,700 rpm. The modifications enable a zero to 100 km/h of just 4.5 seconds and increases the top speed to 322 km/h (200 mph).

No Mansory tuned vehicle is complete without a customized interior. Aluminum pedals and footrests supplement the elaborately designed full-leather upholstery, along with deluxe entry sills and floor mats with custom embroidery. Carbon fiber trim pieces are found on the dashboard and center console while the sports steering wheel features newly designed ergonomics.

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Redesigned Bentley Continental GT by Mansory world debut in Geneva