Bentley Continental GT "Sanguis" by Mansory
This project is called the Sanguis, and is also making its official motor show debut in Geneva today. The bespoke sportscar look doesn't really offend us when applied to the GT coupe, though that might be because we've seen rappers butcher this car in the past.
Mansory chose to give the Bentley a wide body look, increasing it by 50 mm at the front and 60 mm at the rear. They also added a carbon fiber bonnet, front grilled and side blades, plus a din spoiler made from the same material.
As for the 6-liter W12 engine under the bonnet, this has been tuned to 662bhp (672 PS), with torque output now topping out at 780 Nm (575 lb-ft).
The customization process would not be complete without 22-inch alloy wheels and a bespoke red leather interior. They also created one of the most interesting engine covers, a combination of carbon fiber and cherry red lacquer that makes it shine like a jewel.
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