Mansory is notorious for creating replicas of machines that are occasionally outrageously beyond recognition. One of those bizarre remakes is this one-off Mansory Vitesse Bentley.
For those outside the automotive industry, this most recent Mansory Vitesse is a nod to the similarly divisive Vitesse Rose from 2009, which was based on a Continental GT Speed from that year. Mansory has never before produced a special colourized model like this one.
The vehicle is based on the Bentley Continental GT Convertible for the newest namesake but has been amplified to draw more attention than usual. It’s undoubtedly not for everyone, as is typical of a Mansory.
For example, the unique Vitesse has a two-tone paint job with black and yellow as its main design elements. The Bentley Continental GTC is divided into two sections by the dual-color theme, with the yellow section predominating the two-tone finish. The yellow accent is included with the set of black Mansory wheels.
Naturally, Mansory has adorned the formerly luxurious roadster with body kits, which are almost certainly constructed of carbon fibre.
Inside, the “wasp” motif is still present. While the entire cabin features a starkly contrasting colour scheme, the seat colours don’t match. Mansory Vitesse’s “One of One” nameplate is displayed on the centre console.
Mansory provides numbers coming from under the hood but doesn’t specify the precise power unit or tuning used in the most recent Mansory Vitesse. This Continental GT Convertible now produces up to 740 horsepower (552 kilowatts) and 752 pound-feet (1,020 Newton-meters) of torque, according to its brief social media release. (ambien) With a Vmax rating of 206 mph (332 km/h), the roadster’s top speed, and the ability to accelerate from a stop to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.3 seconds, are both impressive.
For comparison, the most recent Bentley Continental GT Convertible uses a twin-turbo V8 that can generate up to 542 hp (404 kW) and 568 lb-ft of torque (770 Nm).