We’re huge “fans” of Mansory here at Jalopnik, but our company bank account is unfortunately not as huge as prominent London billionaire James Stunt’s. That’s why he has a 830 horsepower Mansory Aventador J.S.1 Edition, and we don’t.
In most cases, it's pretty hard to digest what Mansory does to cars, but this camouflaged carbon fiber G 63 AMG with the feathers and the falcons is a big fat high five.
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Hideous Ferrari, you ask? Yes, a hideous Ferrari. It's a Mansory 599 GTB Stallone, and presumably it shares the name of Sylvester Stallone because it too likes way too much Human Growth Hormone, and is now exhibiting the facial deformities of acromegaly. So here it is in motion.
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Cars modified by Mansory in the past had a tendency to look like the offspring of automotive design and cocaine just vomited all over good taste. So it's refreshing, if you can say that, to see that the new Rolls-Royce Wraith isn't entirely atrocious in Mansory hands.
Everyone's least favorite German tuner, Mansory, now also sells Mansory-branded energy drinks, motor oil and golden iPhones to go with what you see here: The Stallone F1. At least I know what I'll drink at the next show.
Tuner cars are typically very polarizing. Take anything from Mansory, Gemballa, or others, and the reactions will either be pure disgust or unabashed adoration.
Discontent with just one assault on visual acuity, Mansory also unleashed the Siracusa, which wraps the slightly-tweaked guts of a Ferrari 458 Italia in a carbon-fiber puff pastry painted a color I call radioactive urine. What has been seen cannot be unseen.
Kourosh Mansory is insane — for weight savings! There's no other explanation for his carbon-fiber makeover of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, called the Mansory Cormeum. It's 200lbs lighter than a regular SLS, and looks like something Boeing threw up.
The Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d'Oro. If you needed any more proof Mansory's objective is to carpet-bomb good taste and restraint into oblivion, here it is. It's gold, carbon fiber, and more gold. Did we mention gold?
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