2007 Bentley Continental GTC-based Le Mansory Convertible

2007 Bentley Continental GTC-based Le Mansory Convertible
2007 Bentley Continental GTC-based Le Mansory Convertible

German tuning specialist Mansory just can’t say no to its habits of transforming what is essentially a gentleman’s sports convertible into a horrible pimp-my-ride-style drop-top gangsta-monster.



The company has just introduced its Le Mansory Convertible, a widebody Bentley Continental GTC customization program limited to just 24 units – after the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Although, unlike Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster, the performance convertible never competed in the legendary race, the guys from the German tuner decided that it is still worthy of getting an “extreme” body kit that, as tasteless as it is, makes the car look like it was designed for a race track.

Le Mansory Convertible (rear view)

The car has received new front spoiler with larger air intakes, new side skirts and the fender attachments making the car look wider, carbon fiber elements, and LED daylights. On the back, there is also new rear skirt with the rear trunk spoiler and the double quad chromium plated stainless steel exhaust system.

The new look is finished with a set of fully forged wheels in size 10 x 22J with 265/35/22 high performance profile tires and 10 x 22J with 305/30/22 tires.

The Bentley Continental GTC’s got stronger too, let me admit that.

With the new Mansory electronic unit, the car gets its maximum power increased from 552bhp to more appealing 641bhp, cutting the zero to 60mph acceleration time from 5.1 to 4.4 seconds.

Le Mansory Convertible (engine)
Le Mansory Convertible (interior)
Le Mansory Convertible (another interior photo shot)

Photos: Mansory

See also: Bentley Continental GT tuned by MTM