Lavish Rolls-Royce Wraith by Mansory revealed

3 Mar, 2014 4:51pm Jonathan Burn

German car modifier Mansory overhauls the Rolls-Royce Wraith. Set for a debut in Geneva

Luxury German car modifier Mansory, has unveiled its individual programme for the Rolls-Royce Wraith. Radical cosmetic revisions inside and out, along with mechanical tweaks feature on the bespoke Rolls-Royce. A public debut will take place at the Geneva Motor Show later this week.

Visually, the Wraith wears a new two-tone chrome and petrol blue exterior finish and striking new body kit crafted entirely from carbon fibre. LED daytime running lights have also been integrated into the reworked front end.

Inside, the interior is awash with blue and beige leather, which can be found on the seats, door panels and parts of the dashboard. Carbon fibre trim has also been fitted, along with multi-coat piano lacquer accents.

Now riding on 22-inch ultra-light forged alloy wheels, Mansory has also tuned the 6.6-litre V12 engine to develop 730bhp – up from 623bhp. Peak torque has also increased to 1000Nm, with the upgrades slashing 0.2 seconds off the 0-62mph time and increasing the top speed to 186mph.

A price for the Rolls-Royce Wraith Individual Programme has not been announced but further details will be released at this week’s Geneva Motor Show.