Conquistador to conquer Rolls fans

If you are into Bentleys and Rolls-Royces, you probably know the German tuner, Mansory. They offer tuning services for some Bentleys and some Aston Martins, but now they switched and they have a new project, one based on the Rolls-Royce Phantom. They call it the Conquistador.

First of all, Mansory has developed a new front spoiler and to integrate into it LED daytime running lights and elongated grille stripes. Next come the new side skirts featuring implemented aluminum flanks , and let's not forget the lights integrated into the wing mirrors. Painted in black, the altered Phantom rests on 24 inch wheels, specially designed by Masonry.

The German tuner hasn't tampered with the engine, but they have managed to increase the car's performance by messing with the electronic characteristics of the car, and the Conquistador now develops 490 horsepower and has a maximum torque of 780 Nm reached at 3920 rpm. Taking advantage of all this, the car can reach 270 km/h (168 mph), and will use the high performance brake system to come to a full stop.

Inside, the Conquistador features a combination of carbon fiber and maple wood inlays, Alcantara roof lining, and a sport steering wheel. Last but not least, in the back there are some new electrical business tables and the multimedia monitors integrated in the seat.

Mansory also offers customization for the Bentley Continental (GT, GT Wide Body, GTC and Flying Spur), the Aston Martin Vantage AM8, Aston martin DB9/Volante and the Aston Martin Vanquish/s.
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