…And it has lots and lots of carbon fiber.
The Geneva Motor Show starts this Thursday and Mansory is looking to make an impact in the super-exclusive exotic car marketplace with their new Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron program. Instead of focusing on making the French bullet even faster, they created their own carbon fiber concoction with handcrafted upgrades that shines amongst the competition.
The new Mansory Vivere is an exercise in excessiveness with its full coat of carbon fiber bodywork redirecting air and creating downforce while turning heads. The front fascia features a new apron with new integrated LED daytime running lights and a “V”-shaped insert in the center section to proudly showcase its new Vivere nameplate. The Bugatti Veyron also features a shortened hood and modified fenders with new air outlets to help cool the brakes. Below the outlets sit new side skirts that help optimize airflow as it moves into the intakes on the rear fenders to cool the engine. A new diffuser and dual air intakes at the rear further help keep those temperatures in the engine bay lower.
Just about all of the new bodywork for the Mansory Vivere is made from autoclaved carbon fiber that’s ultra-lightweight and incredibly sturdy in order to handle triple-digit speeds. The Bugatti Veyron is featured in a two-tone white and glossy carbon fiber combo with the white flowing from the front towards the rear along the side skirts and roof as they meet at the bumper.
Beneath the carbon fiber bodywork sits a new set of lightweight five double-spoke alloy wheels with a striking concave shape to create an imposing stance. The new wheels were built to accommodate the specially-developed OEM tires that allow for 200+ mph speeds to be reached.
Inside is a white, black, and carbon fiber cocoon of handcrafted luxury and sport. The seats, door panels, and instrument panel have been equipped with new LED ambient lights with a soft glow and highlight all the little details of the Mansory Vivere. Black and white leather with a variety of stitching designs adorns the seats, dashboard, center console, and other elements while carbon fiber in the door panels, center console, and instrument hood hint at the power the Bugatti Veyron possesses. As a special touch, a Mansory Vivere panel is located in the lower section of the center stack. Drivers will enjoy a special ergonomically-designed sports steering wheel with leather and carbon fiber inserts along with new shift paddles for greater control.
The new Mansory Vivere will make its global debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show at stand 6250. The company does not accept trade-ins or sell the complete Bugatti Veyrons, rather they upgrade a customer’s factory model with their own accessories. The new Mansory Vivere will be strictly limited to ensure maximum exclusivity.
Mansory Vivere Gallery