The Mansory display this year at the Geneva Motor Show 2017 is quite strong. It has a Mansory Rolls-Royce Dawn with a set of eye-catching updates.
Mansory have fitted larger front air intakes with a newly designed front spoiler and integrated LED daytime running lights. There is a new front lip, radiator housing and a lightweight bonnet constructed from visible Collage Edition-carbon fibre.
The wheel arches and the rear were also redesigned. The side skirts join the two while there is an elegant spoiler lip and rear spoiler. The rear convertible panel gets a lacquer finished in Liquid Black.
Mansory have chosen a set of V6 rums measuring 22 inches. They are shod with Vredestein tyres measuring 265/35/22 for the front axle and 295/30/22 for the rear axle.
Under the bonnet, Mansory have managed to increase power from 570 hp up to 740 hp with maximum torque similarly increased by 220 Nm to a square 1,000 Nm. The Dawn can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h within just 4.5 seconds. Maximum speed has increased from 250 to 285 km/h.
The interior modifications include brushed aluminium, carbon fibre, burl wood or highly polished piano lacquer surfaces to complement the leather dash board. Embroidered foot mats and head rests are also included.
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