I’m not sure how popular Bugatti Veyron is these days, since it’s been a while since its record breaking days, and faster and better looking cars have topped its performances. I think it’s a matter of taste and feel whenever we choose a car, so I’m not criticizing Mansory for developing yet another custom Bugatti Veyron for the Geneva Show.
Mansory was responsible for the Bugatti Veyron Vincero, and the Vivere is an updated version of it. The Bugatti features a new front fascia with different wings, shorter hood and redesigned apron. It has also been fitted with V-shaped LED daytime running lights as well as aero-optimized side skirts, together with bigger air outlets on the flanks.
The Bugatti Veyron Vivere is easily distinguished due to its unique rear diffuser and two rear air intakes. Adding to that, all of the aftermarket body parts are made from carbon fiber. The super-car rides on a set of five double-spoke alloy wheels, wrapped around in production tires. Inside the cabin, customers may find LED ambient lightning in the doors, seats and instrument panel while the leather-wrapped steering wheel and carbon fiber applications should make them feel this luxurious, fast ride. No clue about price-tags yet, but keep an eye out for updates.