While American real estate investor Manny Khoshbin recently picked up a stunning white McLaren P1, the key highlight of his impressive supercar collection remains his one-off Mansory Linea Vincero d’Oro Bugatti Veyron.
The car was first unveiled in 2010, a year after Mansory revealed the Linea Vincero which was different from this one in that it lacked the gold coloured accents.
Compared with the standard Veyron, the Linea Vincero received a facelift. Up front, Mansory added new fenders and a new front apron as well as LED daytime running lights and a stylised letter “V” built into the car’s bumper. Side skirts and a new diffuser are also part of the new design. Larger air outlets at the rear and at the sides of the car improve the engine cooling. All body components are made from a carbon fabric with inbuilt copper thread.
Other gold-coloured features complete the Linea Vincero d’Oro, such as the turbine design alloy wheels, the curved grill featuring the stylised “Vincero-V”, the door handles, the rear view mirror caps and the fuel tank cap. The headlight washer nozzle covers, the borders around the daytime running LEDs and the decorative features on the roof are all gold too.