Few years ago, Mansory unveiled the Linea Vincero, a customized version of the Bugatti Veyron hypercar that delivered an impressive 1109 hp and 1310 Nm of torque. For the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the tuning company is taking once again on the Bugatti Veyron and it unveiled the strictly limited Vivere.
Compared to the Vincero, the Vivere received a facelift consisting of modified wings, a shortened bonnet as well as a redesigned front apron.
The stylised “V” used pays hommage to the name Vivere, while the integrated LED daytime running lights in the front section create a particular accent. Moving to the side, we find newly developed side skirts that act as a visual and aerodynamic link between the two axles. The large air outlets on the flanks and at the rear give optimized motor cooling.
Moreover, the rear end comes with a new air diffuser and two air intakes that underline the transition from roof to bonnet. According to Mansory, almost al the bodywork components from ultra light, highly strong carbon fibre.
The new Vivere also comes with a five double-spoke wheels. Inside, we find hand-picked materials and a confident design that creates a car interior in a class all of its own.
Mansory also used an LED ambient lighting system in the seats, door furniture and the instrument panel, that underline the high quality carbon fibre applications and the skillfully quilted black and white leather. The new, ergonomically designed airbag steering wheel looks sporty with great grip.