The German modification firm has given the Chiron new fully-forged carbon fiber turbine wheels, a new oval-shaped exhaust and a full body revision. Mansory has added new side skirts which create an aerodynamic link between the car’s two axels, larger air inlets, an additional air intake on the bonnet, a re-designed rear diffuser and a new rear wing, as well as an exposed carbon fiber hood which all work together to reduce weight and increase performance.
The ultra-rare hypercar also gets a refreshed interior in plush blue suede, complete with Mansory and “Centuria” embroidered branding. These updates, however, considerably increase the Bugatti Chiron’s base price of $2.4M USD — a Mansory “Centuria” will cost approximately $4.7M USD. Feast your eyes on the updated Bugatti Chiron “Centuria” in the gallery above.
In other news, Onyx Concept has recently unveiled a custom body kit for the Lamborghini Aventador.