When Mansory touches a car, we know that it will come out absolutely insane. Take the Mansory Vincero, a Bugatti Veyron we covered a little while back which had almost $1 million in modifications on an car that already costs $1.4 million. So what happens with Mansory uses their newly acquired portion of Rinspeed Porsche tuning, and gets their hands on a Porche Cayenne Turbo S Chopster? I think this picture speaks for itself:
Most of the car was replaced with carbon fiber, including the front/rear apron, doors, bhood, and wings. The SUV was also widened by 80mm. Mansory uses dry carbon fiber, which uses an autoclave to form the carbon, allowing for the strongest and lightest carbon fiber available. Four extra headlights were added, which give an interesting look the car:
The turbo size was increased, along with a tuned engine management system and an exhaust. This gives the V8 an impressive 710hp, allowing for a 187mph top speed. The wheels were replaced with 23×11 wheels, that are tucked closer to the wheel well due to an air suspension that can lower the SUV by 45mm.
Just because Mansory spent all that time updating the exterior and what’s under the hood, doesn’t mean they stopped there. The interior uses flawless leather skins that are finished by hand. All of the seats are replaced with four individual seats with carbon fiber shells. There are two monitors in the center console, as well as a DVD player and laptop with internet connection.
We’ve yet to see pricing info released yet.