- Mansory’s latest tuning package for the Bentley Flying Spur isn’t too over the top
Mansory has a way of creating controversy. Every single Mansory design tends to be universally derided the second it comes out, and yet somebody somewhere is buying a Mansory-tuned vehicle.
Still, the German tuner doesn’t always go over the top. It’s latest design aimed at the Bentley Flying Spur is quite nice and so far hasn’t garnered the kind of finger-pointing laughs that it’s Urus or Cullinan designs have received.
The Mansory Bentley Flying Spur looks a lot more agressive than the base model, obviously, but not in a crazy way. Unlike other Mansory creations, you can still see the original car underneath the combo of additional air intakes, massive grille, bulging hood and complex body kit pieces.
The fact that the car in the pictures is painted black as opposed to some type of neon color and the interior is a subdued tan/black combo as opposed to orange or sky blue probably helps. Still, there’s a lot to like about this Mansory Flying Spur and we’re sure some young professional athlete or hot-shot currency trader will be happy to scoop one up.
Nothing has been done to the engine so far as we know, but with a twin-turbo W12 engine developing 626 horsepower, there’s very little that needs to be done, really.