Mansory is a Bavarian tuning company that seems to make a name for itself by grabbing cars that look like glamor models and turning them into… (metaphor issue here) fat belly dancers loaded with trinkets?
That’s pretty much par for the course in their product line and this time, sadly, they seem to have taken aim at the Maserati GranTurismo.
The Mansory GT and GTS features a new front spoiler, radiator grille, bonnet, deeper door sills, rear spoiler, exhaust inlay, rear apron and rear diffuser. All of these add-ons are carbon fibre and made in-house, how else could such tasteless stuff be produced?
Under the hood of these butchered Maserati models (the GT and the GTS) you can now find a new ECU, air filter and sports exhaust which allegedly increase performance by 30 hp and torque by 40 Nm on each of them giving you 435 horsepower and 500 Nm on the GT and 470 horsepower teamed with 530 Nm for the GTS.
The interior modifications go quite a long way as in it you can now find new seat fabrics, aluminium pedals and a supposedly sportier-looking steering wheel.
In case you want to stand out (in a bad way) but this Maserati isn’t to your taste Mansory also do various kits for models from Mercedes-Benz, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Ford, Bugatti and Aston Martin.