Mansory, a German tuning and customisation company, has unveiled a new personalisation programme for the Rolls-Royce Wraith. Myriad cosmetic options are offered, as well as a power upgrade from 611bhp to 730bhp.
A "strictly limited" Mansory special-edition Bugatti Veyron, called the Vivere, is also on display at the Geneva motor show. Mansory's changes are cosmetic, primarily revolving around a redesigned front end, new alloy wheels, upgrades to the interior lighting and quilted leather seats.
Fledgling car brand Qoros has revealed an electric bicycle concept in Geneva. The Qorso eBIQE can be pedalled with assistance from the electric motor or by its motors alone at up to 40mph. It can reach 15.5mph in two seconds and a full charge takes 80 minutes. The eBIQE also employs an always-on 3G connection feeding a five-inch touchscreen to display navigation, diagnostic and social media functions.
AC Schnitzer has prepared a modified BMW X5 to showcase its latest tuning parts at the Geneva show. The German tuner has a range of six power upgrades for the SUV, including a package that boosts the M50d's power from 376bhp to 430bhp and the xDrive50i from 402bhp to 525bhp. A number of chassis and cosmetic upgrades are also available.