While the offerings from Bugatti at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show included the likes of the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and the Rembrandt Bugatti Legends Car, the Mansory Bugatti Veyron Vivere demanded its fair share of attention. It was one of two black and white themed Mansory tuned supercars at the show, both loaded with carbon fiber. The other was the 1600 HP Mansory Lamborghini Aventador Carbonado GT.
Mansory brought its own tuned Bugatti Veyron to this year’s show because they know how to party.
The Mansory Bugatti Veyron Vivere is the most extensive Veyron based project to date, trumping even predecessor Vincero. Even though the changes are only aesthetic and aerodynamic, they manage to pull out a completely new look for the car. The Bugatti Veyron can be a challenge to distinguish–even special editions often fail to look much different from the rest of them. The Veyron Vivere by Mansory seems more separated upon first glance than any other special edition Veyron before it.
The Mansory Bugatti Veyron Vivere at a glance:
- The facelift begins at the front, where a sleek black carbon fiber hood stands out from the white body. The carbon fiber is a unique square pattern, absolutely flawless up close.
- The carbon fiber accents continue to drape around the car, tying it all together.
- Modified wings, a snubbed bonnet and new front apron polish the makeover.
- Upgraded rear diffuser and air intakes.
- From the rear view, the Mansory Vivere is a total blackout of pure carbon fiber. It is amazing.