Mansory gives the 2017 Bentley Mulsanne an array of impressive power and style upgrades

Article by Christian A., on July 13, 2017

Bentley Mulsanne is Mansory's latest project to date, and it looks much more stylish compared to some of the last ones they have tuned.

The ultra luxurious Mulsanne has been given just the right amount of facelift with additional carbon fiber details from the front bumper lip spoiler, and fog lamps surround. More carbon has been added in the form of side skirts, boot lid spoiler, and rear bumper diffuser.

What completes the new look of the limo would be the huge set of 22-inch forged wheels hugged by 285/35Z ultra-high performance tires on the front and rear axles. The hot wheels were of course, recommended by Mansory.

Apart from what you could see outside, Mansory had also given the Mulsanne an upgraded V8 gasoline engine, enabling the car to deliver 585 horsepower (430 kilowatts) at 4,000 rpm, when before, it could only produce up to 512 horsepower (377 kilowatts).

That is quite impressive for the 2.6 tonne four-door limo. It now has a top speed of 190 miles per hour (305 kilometers per hour) as opposed to the stock model’s 184 miles per hour (296 kph). At 2,300 rpm and 811 pound feet (1,100 Newton metres) of torque, the Mulsanne can do the zero to 62 mile (100 kilometers per hour) sprint in just 5.0 seconds.

So far, that is all we have seen from the Bentley Mulsanne by Mansory as they did not give us photos of the car’s interior yet. But the tuning company did say that customers can choose from a variety of materials from carbon fiber, high-gloss piano surfaces, and aluminum to customize the cabin. Other than the choices of materials, they can also provide the customers any shade of colour they desire to match the dashboard and the seats.

Before the Mulsanne, the last Bentley model Mansory had tuned was the Bentayga from last November. It had a white and black finish, with similar carbon fiber details around the car, as well as push on the engine enabling it to produce 691 horsepower (515 kilowatts) and 773 pound-feet (1,048 Newton metres) of torque.

The Munich based luxury car tuner was established back in 1989 by Kourosh Mansory. In the beginning, the company specialized in brands like Rolls Royce and Ferrari. But as it expanded out of their Munich headquarters, it started working on other brands like Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce and many others.

The company is known for their expertise in carbon fiber design and construction, as well as light weight alloy wheels and bespoke interior and exterior modifications.

Source: Mansory

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