The controversial – yet somehow very renown – tuner is readily busy these days as it has recently revealed a triangle of customized Mercedes vehicles and is now presenting an equally exaggerated Bentley Continental Flying Spur.
Not long ago Mansory decided to have a go at a white and gold Rolls Royce Wraith and it appears the theme is fashionable among the world’s richest so the two-tone layout has been applied to the Bentley Flying Spur as well. This is a serious case of opulence as we get to experience 22-inch gold alloy wheels with a multi-spoke design and wrapped in 295/30/20 tires supplied by Vredestein. Much of the changes applied to the body are made out of carbon fiber and we also noticed a new set of LED daytime running lights. The gold theme carries over to the cabin with a similar look to the trim on the dashboard, steering wheel, and central console. It contrasts with the brown & white leather upholstery and we also found bespoke floor mats, a sportier pedal set, and other modifications.
Mansory also likes to treat the engine to its usual exaggerations so the already powerful biturbo 6.0-liter W12 has been massaged for another 120 horsepower, with the total now standing at 745 hp (548 kW). The torque has been increased as well, from the regular 590 pound-feet (800 Nm) to an asphalt-eating 701 lb-ft (950 Nm) from just 2,000 rpm. This is enough to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in just four seconds and the 0-124 mph (0-200 km/h) run will be handled in just 14 seconds.