As if the exterior wasn’t obvious enough, pop open the hood of the Mansory Rolls Royce Wraith and take in the changes! Drenched with vibrant color and upgraded mods, aftermarket performance company Mansory have managed once more to improve upon perfection.
Rolls Royce is a badge synonymous with utmost luxury. It is certainly a challenge to improve upon anything the carmaker delivers, and yet, just behold what Mansory has managed with the new Wraith. The tuned Wraith captivated onlookers at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, where I can imagine many offered their life savings for the chance to own one.
The Mansory Rolls Royce Wraith at a glance:
- The color scheme is loud for a Rolls Royce, a brilliant “Petrol Blue” brightened with white. There would be no mistaking this model with its siblings out on the streets.
- The performance increase begins with a special aerodynamic package with a front apron and glossy LEDs. New wings, side skirts, rear and roof spoilers finish the package. The material used for this is, of course, lightweight carbon fiber.
- Next, Mansory did what it is they do, which is churning more power from the existing motor. This V12 now produces 740 horses to the standard’s 632.
- The curb appeal is finished with a set of 22-inch wheels and Vredestein high-performance tires. You know, in case the urge arises to shred the streets on the way to the office.
The elegance continues into the cabin of the Mansory Rolls Royce Wraith, where the Mansory logo is stitched into the white leather seating. The Petrol Blue accents tie the look together inside, complementing a carbon fiber dash.