Mansory Bugatti LINEA Vincero Presented in Geneva

After we witness the official unveiling of the Bugatti Veyron Bleu Centenaire at the 2009 Geneva Auto Show, the time has come to see what refining specialist Mansory has to offer. We mentioned the Bugatti because this time the German tuner chose this car over its usual passion for Aston Martin or Bentley and turned it into a monster of a car.

The Vincero ( "I will win" in Italian) boasts the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 engine, which was tampered with to increase power from 1,001 horsepower to 1,109 and a maximum torque of 966 lb.-ft. The power boost is made possible thanks to an increased cooling air supply and optimized exhaust system.

The front part of the car got a comprehensive facelift, including modified wings, a shorter hood and front apron. LED daytime running lights are integrated into the front mount, flanking the stylized "V" which pays tribute to the name "Vincero." Newly developed skirts and larger air outlets, made of ultra light carbon, complete the visual impact of the car.

The interior is lit up, literally, with the aid of LED lights of the new Ambiente Illumination System, fitted in the seats, door linings and the dashboard. Thanks to it, the passenger compartment glows to emphasize the high quality carbon applications and grained leather. The ergonomically designed airbag steering wheel, equipped with rocker switches brings a further sportier feel to the car.

The Mansory individualization program that gave birth to the Vincero is offered as a limited edition only. The builder worked on conceiving this project with its Middle east partner, prestige cars Abu Dhabi. Pricing for the modification kit has not been released
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