The next Mansory car we are going to cover for you from this year’s IAA Frankfurt Motor Show is a unique take on the extended wheel base Range Rover. Mansory Range Rover Autobiography kit covers both Sport and Vogue models, but it looks its best on the range-topping Long Wheel Base model you see here.
On the styling front, Mansory Range Rover Autobiography gets a revised front bumper with an imposing spoiler and new grille inserts which in combination with the new carbon fiber grille give the SUV a uniform look at the front. There is also flared wheel arches, chunky side skirts, rear spoiler, roof spoiler, C-pillar cladding, air vents in the front doors and mirror housing, all made from carbon fiber. The wheels on this bad boy are MANSORY-8/1 models wrapped with Vredestein ULTRAC VORTI tires of size 305/35/ZR22.
Not only is Mansory Range Rover Autobiography Long Wheel Base longer than standard models, and wider thanks to the new body kit, it is also 45mm lower due to the use of a new sports module installed on the suspension. Mansory wanted to make the car more stable on the road, now that they have added a modest 60 horsepower to the output of its supercharged V8 engine, dropping the 0 to 100 km/h time to 4.6 seconds.
As always, the best part of a Range Rover is its interior and Mansory has done a fine job making the already lavish cabin of the Autobiography even more luxurious. Fabulous new leather upholstery in interesting designs, ornamental wood, piano lacquer, carbon fibre, or Alcantara, whatever you can think of is available for the customers to personalize the interior.