Mansory isn’t known for being subtle with its projects, and this interesting Bentley Continental GT Convertible is no different. That’s uncommon, reason being, black generally isn’t a stand-out color. Adorn with carbon fiber and bright green trim– a shade Mansory particularly named Green Chrome-Oxite – and it instantly becomes very noticeable.
Quilted leather and fabric are everywhere in the greenhouse, from the dash to the center console, doors, floor, and of course the seats. They are cover with the above said Green Chrome-Oxite covering; so does the steering wheel, door panels, and other trim items throughout the interior.
You’ll notice more green trim on the Continental’s exterior with thin stripes near the beltline. It’s a sharp contrast to the matte black finish surrounding the rest of the car, not to say Mansory’s carbon-fiber body kit. The custom 22-inch multispoke wheels too have a bit of green around the edges, and behind then sit green brake calipers. Open the hood and you’ll also notice a little bit of green.
There’s little more power too. The infamous tuner implements a new exhaust system and dives into the electronic brain for the big Bentley’s boosted V8. Between the new tune and exhaust enhancement, the Continental GT generates 640 horsepower (447 kilowatts) to send the large Cabrio to 62 mph (100 km/h) within 4 seconds.
Mansory always gathers attention with its automotive projects.