Mansory announced their new projectsSeptember 14, 2020
German tuning studio Mansory has published a photo showing six cars that will soon be upgraded by this shocking company. Among them are the electric Porsche Taycan sedan, the Cayenne Coupe crossover, and the powerful Audi RS Q8.
The Mansory atelier is known for many things and the restraint of the appearance of their projects is definitely not one of them. The German tuner has a number of fairly successful projects based on cars from Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce. He also modifies motorcycles (Zapico) and off-road buggies (Can-AM) as well as luxury yachts and golf carts. Whatever you say against Mansory, it has a clientele that loves to stand out on the road.
This time around, Mansory announced the latest addition to their lineup on their Facebook page, and these names are fairly new to the market.
First, Mansory is modifying the Taycan, an all-electric sedan from German Porsche. Tuning electric vehicles is not a new business for Mansory, as the company has already redesigned the American Tesla Model S sedan. Besides the Taycan, the guys from Mansory also want to introduce their own version of the mid-size Porsche Cayenne Coupe crossover.
The platform twin of the Cayenne Coupe crossover, the high-performance Audi RS Q8, will also be redesigned by the German studio. The image above shows the three sports cars in the top row. Did you recognize them? If you haven’t, then these are Ferrari models, namely the F8 Tributo, Portofino and 812 Superfast, and all three will be tuned by Mansory.
If you’re wondering, there isn’t any information about the expected customization of the vehicles mentioned, but expect nothing less from a luxury aftermarket firm. The only thing that came out was a few profile shots of cars in black and gold livery.
There is also no launch date, as the original photos from the Facebook page only mentioned the words “Coming Soon”. As far as pricing goes, well, that’s one of the things Mansory is famous for – generous pricing.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Porsche Taycan received a wide-body kit from Prior Design / The famous tuning studio decided to work on the appearance of the Porsche Taycan electric sedan. I must say that the created wide-body aerodynamic body kit adds even more aggressiveness to the German sports car.
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