New Mansory Vivere is Another Special Bugatti Veyron Version
Mar 04, 2014 16:38
Mansory's last tune for the Bugatti Veyron was with the Vincero, but now they're back with a new limited model named the Vivere. It will be shown off to the public for the first time in Geneva.
Mansory has concentrated all of its efforts on restyling the exterior and interior of the Veyron 16.4. The black body work is lacquered with carbon fiber, and it obtains a new front grille, shortened bonnet, larger air outlets on the profile and rear, a spoiler package comprising of a front apron, side skirts and rear diffuser with five double spoke design alloy wheels and new LED headlight and tail lamp clusters.
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