Madcap Frankfurt show car in more detail
18 September 2009

German based tuner Mansory has created the striking Mansory Bentley Vitesse Rose for the Frankfurt motor show.

The Bentley Continental GT conversion features a raft of new panels that have been coated in a vibrant two tone pink.

Other changes from the standard car include 21-inch light alloy wheels and a custom sports manifold exhaust which pushes the six-litre W12 engine to 600bhp and 533 lb/ft of torque. That drops the 0 to 62mph time to 4.3sec, which is a fraction quicker than the standard GT.

The interior has been fitted with diamond stitched pink and purple leather and panels with carbonfibre and brushed aluminium fittings.

Three Mansory Bentley Vitesse Roses are being made, with prices starting from £240,000.

Mark Phillips

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