This is how Mansory rolls, fellas. No cheap tricks. Just the best of the best deserving the best tuning programs in the world.
Jaw-dropping as some of Mansory’s previous works are, there’s something alluring about its program for the Wraith.
It’s pretty...subdued. In a very good idea.
The tuner probably realized that going bombastic on the Wraith will just drive away the luxury car’s classy nature so smart move on the part of Mansory to recognize that. In the end, it did the right thing by giving the Wraith the kind of unique modification that brings up its level of appeal yet does so without compromising its luxurious quality.
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Rolls-Royce Wraith by Mansory in Detail
Like with most of its projects, Mansory doesn’t settle for mundane; it goes all out in such a way that sometimes borders on excessive. Fortunately, that’s not the case with its program for the Wraith, which is pleasantly subdued - to a certain extent.
A two-tone chrome and petrol blue exterior paint scheme is the first thing you’ll notice but it also isn’t the last. Believe it or not, there’s also a carbon-fiber aerodynamic kit in there, complete with a redesigned front apron that comes integrated with LED daytime running lights. Updated front wings are also there for aesthetic and aerodynamic purposes, as are the new side skirts, the rear spoiler, and the roof spoiler. And like any tuner worth its salt, Mansory also gave the Wraith a new set of 22-inch ultra-light forged alloy wheels wrapped around in 265/35 Vredestein tires.
This is the kind of interior dress-up that makes eating inside the Wraith such a bad idea. Mansory didn’t dive into the specifics of the upgrades on the cabin, other than to say that its a two-color leather upholstery treatment featuring the same petrol blue color of the body contrasted with hints of beige. Likewise, a few carbon refinements were sprinkled in to evoke the feeling of luxury that the tuner prides itself on.
More than just the overwhelming aesthetic changes on the Wraith, Mansory also fitted the luxury car with a power-packed 6.6-liter, twin-turbo V-12 engine that produces 740 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque, a walloping increase of 108 ponies and 147 pound-feet of torque from the standard version. What that means is that the Wraith can now hit 62 mph in 4.4 seconds before hitting a top speed of 186 mph.
Gallery Rolls-Royce Wraith By Mansory
More exclusive, more individual, MANSORY. Only very few modifiers have enough experience, and the self-confidence, to refine even the perfection of a Rolls-Royce. MANSORY have already made a name for themselves many times for this, and now, for the first time, they present their individual programme for the Rolls-Royce Wraith.
MANSORY take the two tone paint job alone to a new level, presenting the two-door Coupé in chrome and petrol blue. The modification specialists from Brand in Bavaria give the Wraith extra elegance and, at the same time, individuality with their completely newly designed aerodynamic package. From the front apron with the separately integrated LED and daytime running lights, the front wings and the side skirts, to the tail with a new apron, rear spoiler and roof spoiler - the Coupé has a few accents all of its own.
Naturally at MANSORY there is only really one material for the aerodynamic components: Carbon from the in-house autoclave. This high-end manufacturer has been carrying out body conversion work under their own management for many years, with unrivalled production expertise, guaranteeing their own standards are fully met, from production planning right through to assembly.
But MANSORY haven’t just refined the outward appearance. The rear and roof spoiler already give a visual hint that a lot has changed under the bonnet too. Even the standard version of the twelve cylinder attains the highest levels of performance which Rolls-Royce have always been famous for. 632 PS (465 kW) and maximum torque of 800 Newton metres set a new standard for the English luxury brand. But MANSORY have gone way beyond this: At 5,000 RPM the driver has 740 PS (544 kW) at his disposal. This comes with a maximum torque of a nice round 1,000 Newton metres, in the area of 1,500 to 5,000 revs. The engineers at MANSORY achieve this extra performance with refined engine characteristics and an exhaust system tuned right to the tail pipe. This accelerates the two-tonne-plus Brit from a standing start to 100 kph in just 4.4 seconds. This means that MASONRY make a saving of two tenths of a second over the production model. So the Wraith now reaches a speed of 300 kilometres per hour on the open Autobahn, instead of 250 kph.
This power is transferred to the road by ultra light forged alloy wheels with a diameter of 22 inches, made in a complex metal working process. These are dressed in ultra high performance tyres from Vredestein size 265/35. In the interior, the design department have managed to out-do the proverbial Rolls-Royce luxury, in collaboration with the MANSORY upholstery team. The two-colour leather upholstery takes the petrol blue of the exterior paintwork and contrasts this with a gentle beige. Selective carbon refinements in the cockpit, with multi-coat piano lacquer, provide individual accents.
MANSORY Design & Holding GmbH exclusively offers their own specially developed modification accessories. It does not trade in complete vehicles and also does not offer these for sale.