Mansory is certainly not the only tuner to bring a Bentley Bentayga to the Geneva Motor Show 2017. The world’s most luxury is a popular base for tuning companies and Mansory’s conversion of the Bentayga is arguably the most eccentric at this year’s show.

At the front we immediate a restructured front apron with integrated front splitter. The Bentayga retains its higher stance despite the new bodykit making the car look visually closer to the ground. Visual carbon fiber is one of Mansory’s specialties, and there is a wealth of the lightweight material incorporated in this Bentayga’s exterior. The most prominent carbon fiber components are without a doubt the car’s bonnet and front grille.

No Mansory build is complete without a solid set of oversized wheels, this time in the shape of the new 23-inch Y5/1 wheels shod with Continental tires. As we walk along the slightly extended flanks of the car we arrive at the extreme rear end of the SUV. A specially developed spoiler draws attention and reduces back pressure significantly. This is further complemented by the completely custom rear diffuser in carbon fiber housing the two dual-tailpipes of the sport exhaust system.

Customers looking to get more out of their comfortable W12 engine are at the right address with Mansory. The tuning firm’s engineers have managed to squeeze a significant additional amount of power out of the massive W12 engine. What was already the world’s fastest SUV is now even faster thanks to an increased output of 701 horsepower (515 kW) and 1,050 Nm of torque, up from 608 hp and 900 Nm of torque. As a result the Mansory Bentayga Black Edition exceeds the top speed of the conventional Bentayga (301 km/h) by an additional 10 km/h.

Geneva Motor Show 2017 GTspirit

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