Mansory has reworked the Bentley Continental GT Cabriolet V8, adding a head-turning body kit, a green cabin and a bump in power.
The body kit comprises a new bonnet, front and rear bumper and side skirts finished in matte black. Changes to the front also include the addition of a splitter with LED daytime running lights as well as a satin black grille. The rear boasts a larger rear diffuser, bigger tailpipes and a wing attached to the boot. Chrome oxite green accents are used in the headlamps and for the pinstriping along the profile.
Adding drama to the look is a set of 22-inch F23 forged alloy wheels wrapped in high-performance tyres with the same green accent along the rim (and repeated on the brake callipers). These wheels are optional, as Mansory ships this build as standard with a set of BY5 alloys of the same size.
Chrome oxite green is used again in the cabin for the diamond-quilted leather upholstery and is complemented by carbon-fibre accents along the dashboard, centre console and doors.
The twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8 gets more oomph, too, thanks to a modified ECU and the addition of a high-performance exhaust system. This increases the peak outputs from 404 kW and 770 N.m of torque to 471 kW and 890 N.m, resulting in a claimed 0-100 km/h time of 3,8 seconds (two-tenths faster than the standard car) and a top speed of 330 km/h.
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