As part of its Geneva Motor Show offensive, Mansory brought along a new kit for the Bentley Continental GTC. Well, it’s shown on a GTC here, but you can also fit it to a GT. For this one Mansory has gone for a very, very wide effect. The car looks like it’s overdosed on steroid. Not a particularly good look.
The wings are made of carbon fiber and widen the car by 50 millimetres at the front axle and 60 millimetres at the rear axle. It also gets modified front and rear apron, a vented bonnet, sporty side skirts, and a carbon boot lid wing.
As for the wheels, the Bentley is fitted with one-part 10 x 22 wheel with 10 double spokes design and tyres of the size 295/25.
Like all their other Geneva-bound cars, Mansory has tuned the engine of this car as well. they’ve given it a sports exhaust system, sports air filter and optimised engine performance graph, so the output has gone up to 672 PS / 494 kW at 6,000 rpm. The torque is also raised to a strapping 780 Nm at 1,700 rpm. That means this big and hefty car can do 0 to 100km/h in 4.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 322 km/h.
The interior is great because, mercifully, this time Mansory has not gone for the full carbon fiber package, and instead used more wood and leather to style the cabin.