Mansory is keeping itself busy these days as aside from a trio of custom Mercedes models, the controversial tuner has also prepared an equally flashy Bentley Flying Spur.
Mansory is keeping itself busy these days aside from a trio of custom Mercedes models. The controversial tuner has also prepared an equally flashy Bentley Flying Spur.
It was a couple of months ago when Mansory came out with a white & gold Rolls-Royce Wraith and now the same two-tone theme has been applied on a Bentley Flying Spur. This one too rides on 22-inch gold alloy wheels featuring a multi-spoke design and paired with 295/30/20 tires supplied by Vredestein. Many of the custom body parts are made from carbon fiber and there’s also a new set of LED daytime running lights.
The exterior’s gold theme is continued on the inside where the trim on the dashboard, steering wheel, and central console has a similar look. It creates a powerful contrast with the brown & white leather upholstery and there are also custom floor mats, a sportier pedal set, and other tweaks.
Mansory’s engineers fiddled with the meaty biturbo 6.0-liter W12 and managed to squeeze an additional 120 horsepower, so now the total output stands at 745 hp (548 kW). Torque has also been bumped considerably, from the series 590 pound-feet (800 Nm) to a tire-shredding 701 lb-ft (950 Nm) from just 2,000 rpm.
Thanks to the extra kick, the Flying Spur will need only four seconds (down by 0.6 seconds) until 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) and 14 seconds for the 0-124 mph (0-200 kph) sprint. There’s no word about the top speed, but it has probably increased a little bit over the standard Flying Spur’s 199 mph (320 kph).
If you are a fan of Mansory’s latest work, you should know the customized Bentley Flying Spur will be on display in Geneva until the end of this week.