The most shocking tuner in the world shows its headquartersApril 5, 2020
As part of this video, the blogger shows us the headquarters of the German tuner Mansory. The projects of this company cause a mixed reaction among people … watch this video and you will understand what I’m talking about.
If you are looking for an exotic supercar or a luxury SUV, but you are not at all happy with the appearance or exclusivity of the cars that these or other car manufacturers offer, let me introduce you to the Mansory tuning studio. This German company, which has its own rather ambiguous view of what, in their opinion, the external and internal appearance of the machines should look like. These guys take ordinary premium cars and turn them into unique creations, specially created for customers who want to stand out from the crowd. To understand what Mansory has been doing in recent months, a blogger with Youtube under the name Rana65556 decided to go to the company’s headquarters.
First we see the modernized Italian crossover Lamborghini Urus from Mansory. I must say that this car in its usual version looks very stylish, but in tuning from Mansory, the car looks strange.
Judge for yourself, firstly, the “Italian” received a strongly revised exterior, which has a carbon fiber hood, a massive rear spoiler and diffuser, as well as many carbon elements. Body color – custom-made matte-blue paint that distinguishes this Urus from all other copies of this crossover. The interior of the machine is completely painted blue. On the ceiling is an LED panel that simulates the “starry sky” in Rolls-Royce cars.
For customers who prefer a more comfortable crossover, Mansory also offers its own version of the luxury Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Appearance Cullinan painted matte paint and has a two-tone color scheme. The car received huge wheels. What is the turquoise interior …
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