Welcome to part two of our Geneva Motor Show blog. In this part we show you some of the high-end supercars and vision concept cars of the future.
To start off these exotic cars, we begin by looking at some of the Mansory cars which were detailed at the motor show. Mansory is a luxury car modification firm based in Germany; they also work on high-end supercars, luxury SUVs and custom bikes.
Mansory J.S.1 Edition (Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce)
The Mansory J.S.1 Edition shown below is based on the Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce, and is built on behalf of James Stunt, a British Entrepreneur and multi-billionaire. The J.S.1 is extremely light and high strength as it is exclusively clad in carbon-fibre, and is also refined and enhanced when it comes to performance.
On the official Mansory website, the car is described as a ‘road-cruising projectile built like a stealth bomber: black, wide, flat, angular and breathtakingly fast’. As far as performance goes, the J.S.1 Edition rockets from 0-100kph in an astonishing 2.7 seconds, as opposed to the 2.8 seconds of the bog-standard Aventador 750-4SV.
Mansory Venatus (Lamborghini Urus)
Another Mansory masterpiece we discovered is the Venatus, a custom-made version of the Lamborghini Urus. A high-quality end product is achieved by ‘baking’ the lightweight carbon fibre autoclaves using a specialised process specifically developed to optimise air inlets, enhance the vehicles’ silhouette, and to add extra downforce to help achieve the maximum possible speed whilst cornering. The Venatus has also received some major re-designs, including additional new LED daytime running lights, integrated front lip made from visible carbon fibre and a new nose with a completely new apron.
Eye-catching extensions have been added to the wings to create a sense of consistency. These additions also make it lower and wider than the standard Urus. Mansory’s expert technicians have developed beautifully formed rear and roof mounted spoilers to enhance both bodystyling and driving experience. The exhaust system has also been complemented with a new rear apron with a built in diffuser. Further striking highlights are created by forging many components on the car from carbon fibre, including trim strips, mirror housings and air intake covers.
The Venatus has also received brand-new 24-inch alloy wheels called the Yavin, which is considered by many to be one of the most notable changes that has been made during the Urus’ refinement program. The specially made lightweight wheels include a combination of sports performance with a touch of elegance. The narrow spokes of these immense wheels emphasise the dynamics of the wheel whilst also enabling maximum ventilation of the brakes.
Mansory only offers the very finest in interior equipment: the aluminium pedal set, along with an elegantly redesigned steering wheel provide a sporty and refined feel. Further accents come from the high-quality leather and individually-embroidered floor mats. According to the Mansory website, a power enhancement programme is already in planning and the modification process will be completed very soon.
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