Mansory has just released images and details of their latest project for the Geneva Motor Show 2013, this time involving the Bentley Continental GT in what the well-known tuning company is dubbing as the Mansory Sanguis.
The Mansory Sanguis builds upon the already established platform of the Bentley Continental GT and turns it up a major notch, with the dramatic changes starting from the outside.
Finished in a stunning shade of candy apple red, the Mansory Sanguis features a newly designed front apron, with daytime running lights and a brand new carbon fiber bonnet. Additionally, the car features a host of new carbon fiber wings and widened wheel arches along with new side sills which widen the Bentley Continental GT by 50 millimeters at the front axle and 60 millimeters at the rear axle.
Completing the exterior modifications are a new set of one-piece 10×22 wheels with a 10 double spoke design to add that little extra flair to the car. These wheels are then mated to Vredestien Ultrac Vorti tires measuring 295/25/22.
Inside the cabin, the Mansory Sanguis features the finest materials available with perfectly crafted stitching, aluminium pedals and Makassar ebony wood accents.
Mansory also went about significantly upgrading the Bentley Continental GT under the hood in order to create the Sanguis resulting in the addition of a new sports exhaust system, sports air filter and optimised engine performance which helps the Sanguis now deliver 672 PS at 6,000rom and 780Nm of torque at just 1,700rpm.
As a result of these modifications, the Mansory Sanguis can sprint from 0-100km/h in just 4.5 seconds and onto a top speed of 322km/h.