German tuning company, Mansory, spent a few months building an impressive list of models ready to be showcased at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, and when Geneva opened its doors, Mansory blew us away once again with their Geneva offerings.

One that struck our interest is their take on the luxurious Bentley Continental GT. The expressive customization on the British luxury car involves an emphatic aero and performance kit that has turned the Continental into a genuine eye-catcher.

On the aesthetic front, Mansory went out and added a newly-designed front apron that includes proprietary daytime driving lights and an lightweight carbon-fiber bonnet. Even more carbon fiber was added on the front wings, while the newly designed side sill sets add 50mm at the front axle and 60mm at the rear axle, effectively widening the Continental GT’s stance. The program also has a new rear apron that not only delivers additional down thrust, but also creates enough space for the newly installed exhaust pipes. Finally, the German tuner fitted the British luxury sports car with a new set of 22" ultra light forged wheels.

Inside, Mansory dressed up the Continental GT with the finest materials you can find, including leather that has been treated by master craftsmen. There’s also a newly designed airbag sports steering wheel, aluminum pedals, door entry sills, and plenty of carbon fiber trim.

Going to the engine, the Continental GT already possesses a powerful 6.0-liter W12 engine that produces a stout 567 horsepower and 516 lb/ft of torque, but Mansory decided that wasn’t enough. They added a new sports exhaust system, a new sports air filter, and tweaked the ECU unit, resulting in an increased output of 672 horsepower and 575 lb/ft of torque. All that translates to a 0-62 mph time of 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 200 mph.

  • 2012 Bentley Continental GT Convertible LE MANSORY II by Mansory
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    6.0 L
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  (419) posted on 07.17.2012

Guys, I’m not informed about this, can you tell me exactly what’s the difference between a Roadster and a Convertible?

  (553) posted on 07.5.2012

Guys, I’m not informed about this, can you tell me exactly what’s the difference between a Roadster and a Convertible?

  (427) posted on 07.4.2012

It seems that they are targeting the stance of Rolls Royce, but it looks elegant.

  (798) posted on 07.3.2012

This is very outrageous in a subtle way.

  (402) posted on 06.29.2012

Masonry should take a course on fashion designing.

  (630) posted on 05.31.2012

I prefer the former state of this car. I think it lost the grandeur of the Bentley. 

  (314) posted on 05.30.2012

This is a downright butchering of its original look.

  (526) posted on 04.24.2012

Whoa! What a beautiful, but masculine car! It’s looking so luxurious and innovative. I bet Mansory used high-class materials for their tuning!

  (570) posted on 04.16.2012

It’s quite okay compared to their other tuning. It actually seems more powerful now.

  (444) posted on 04.13.2012

Ah, Masonry has done it once again. It looks worse now.

  (595) posted on 04.12.2012

I wish Mansory considered its appearance. :\ It looks messed up now.

  (453) posted on 03.21.2012

It’s very conventional if you look at it on different angles. I honestly cannot tell what Mansory did to this car.

  (579) posted on 03.20.2012

Oh no, not Mansory again. It’s not a surprise that this doesn’t look too good.

  (762) posted on 03.19.2012

@lala_roux Yeah I agree on that. I didn’t like what Mansory has turned it into; it lost the elegance of the car, and now this Bentley?

  (728) posted on 03.16.2012

This is pretty much attractive, the carbonized side-mirrors and rims added more glamour to this Bentley. It is very conventional for a convertible.

  (532) posted on 03.14.2012

Its fascia looks too broad to be a convertible. I find its wheel rims innovative, nevertheless.

  (559) posted on 03.13.2012

I swear Masonry could be voted as the most not stylish tuning company. Red upholstery with silver exterior, really?

  (714) posted on 03.12.2012

Nice! This car’s built is perfect to be a convertible. It seems aggressive.

  (449) posted on 03.12.2012

It really has the British vibe. In addition to that, the front seems sporty and classy. I don’t think the red interior is a good match to the silver exterior.

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