Mansory has developed yet another custom Bugatti Veyron which will be showcased later this week in Geneva.

Mansory has developed yet another custom Bugatti Veyron which will be showcased later this week in Geneva.

More than three years ago Mansory came up with the Bugatti Veyron Vincero and now they are back with a follow-up entitled Vivere. The updated version has gained a new front fascia with different wings, shorter hood and redesigned apron. It also comes with V-shaped LED daytime running lights as well as aero-optimized side skirts together with bigger air outlets on the flanks.

The Veyron Vivere by Mansory can be distinguished by its unique rear diffuser and two rear air intakes and all of these aftermarket body parts are made from carbon fiber. As a final exterior touch, this particular Veyron has received five double-spoke alloy wheels wrapped around in production tires.

The cabin benefits from LED ambient lightning in the doors, seats and instrument panel while the leather-wrapped steering wheel and carbon fiber applications round off the changes.

As a side note, this week at the Swiss show Mansory will be exhibiting a modified Rolls-Royce Wraith with 740 HP (544 kW).

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Mansory launching Bugatti Veyron Vivere in Geneva