2014 Bugatti Veyron Vivere by Mansory review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 3 March 2014 , 21:03:15 byDan

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Bugatti Veyron Vivere by Mansory

Mansory gets ready to spoil the tuning fans once again with a high- tech product made up with master craftsmanship and some of the finest materials.  This product stands for an upgrade in the Bugatti Veyron. The improved model will be presented in Geneva Motor Show under the name Vivere. There are only a couple of days till the great project will be unveiled.


If we were to go back in time for a few years, we would find a tuning package developed by the same precise tuner, Manory, for the same vehicle. The Bugatti Veyron modified back then received the name Vincero. Well, here we have a continuation of the same project, with a different name. The new tuning package includes a new front fascia with updated wings, shorter hood and restyled apron. It is also nicely equipped 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 gets out of the ordinary with the help of its special rear diffuser and two rear air intakes, all of these elements being manufactured from carbon fiber. This special Mansory Veyron rides on a set of five double-spoke alloy wheels shod around in production rubbers. The tuner placed inside the vehicle LED ambient lightning in the doors, seats and instrument panel. As a shade of elegance, the steering is covered in leather and there are some carbon fiber components to modernize the supercar. There will be more details in a few days.