The Frankfurt IAA is the place to be seen for all things automotive but this Le MANSory Bentley looks as though it would be more at home rollin around Venice beach with fiddy cent at the wheel.
Mansory, another mad German tuning shop is at it again, this time modifying a convertible Bentley Continental GTC in a weird tribute to the famous Le Mans 24 hour race.
So what exactly does all that cash-money you earned selling records and crack buy you? Mansory starts with a wide body kit that includes larger carbon-fibre air intakes and 22â€ wheels with 305mm wide rear rubber - damn thatâ€™s some big ass boots! To ensure the Le MANSory Bentley Continental GTC is â€˜downâ€™ with the latest in fashion for cars, they have also fitted permanent LED daylights.
Pop the bonnet and you will see nothing but carbon-fibre engine covers. Mansory claim there is a tuned twin-turbo V12 under there somewhere. Amongst a few other minor modifications, a remapped ECU does most of the handy work enabling the Bentley to make 478Kw (641hp) and peak torque of 780Nm at a ridiculously low 1600rpm.
Top speed is a cool 330km/h with the big Bentley capable of shuffling from 0-100km/h in around 4.5 seconds. Huge Brembo brakes (412mm front discs/405mm rear discs) ensure stopping is not an issue.
In order to ensure complete exclusivity, there will only be 24 Le MANSory Bentley Continental GTCâ€™s produced â€“ one for each hour of the legendary endurance race. What will it cost you ask â€“ a lot more than a standard Continental GTC! As always, if you have to ask, you canâ€™t afford it.
[Source: Motor Authority]