6. Mansory Cyrus:
Based on the Aston Martin DB9 or DBS, the Mansory Cyrus (named after the first Persian Emperor) is one beast of a car. The front end is composed of strips of carbon fiber, the sides are flared and Mansory added a new diffuser. An astounding 154 pounds was stripped off thanks to the carbon bodywork, allowing the car to reach a top speed of 300 km/h. Throw in catalysers and mufflers made of stainless steel along with a powerful 540bhp V12 engine and you’re looking at a $620,000 Mansory creation.
5. Range Rover Autobiography LWB:
When you picture a Range Rover, you probably imagine a big, rugged vehicle covered in dirt. Well, you might not want to get any dirt on the Mansory Range Rover Autobiography LWB. This luxurious model is slathered in gold and black paint, has a new hood, features longer side skirts and of course, has a carbon fiber radiator grille. The interior consists of diamond weave tan leather and wooden elements.
4. Mansory Mercedes S63 AMG:
If you like sleek, sporty designs, then you’ll love the Mansory Mercedes S63 AMG. With a dual vented hood, a roof spoiler with a massive rear wing and a front spoiler with air intakes and LEDs, this is one special creation. That’s all in addition to 22-inch multi-spokes and an air suspension module. But as with anything Mansory touches, it isn’t all about looks. Beneath the surface, there’s also an engine upgrade that can reach an output of up to 1,000 horsepower.