Geneva Motor Show has always been rather a special event for flamboyant tuner Mansory. They usually reveal their best creations at the Swiss show, and this year’s no exception, as they bring along a new take on the world’s most distinguished car, the Bugatti Veyron.
The new model, a follow up to the Vincero, is called the Mansory Bugatti Veyron Vivere, and it offers a substantial styling treatment for the Bugga which, presumably, fits all the different versions of the car.
Mansory Bugatti Veyron Vivere gets a new front fascia with neatly designed air intake and the letter ‘V’ appearing on the front grille in the most artistic manner. The car also gets revised sills, and a revised rear diffuser and tailpipe arrangement, which in true Mansory fashion, is a lot more ostentatious than the stock unit.
Apart from the new bits, Mansory has gone ahead and gave the Vivere their own special carbon treatment with an exclusive pattern, complementing the pearl white finish of the wings and doors.