Mansory’s latest creation: BMW 7-Series F01 Tune

by Alex

Mansory the famous tuning firm was displaying its creations at the Geneva Motor Show while its Swiss subsidiary firm let out some photo of its work on the latest BMW series.

However, the pictures give us an idea of the styling only and no other details of the package. There is a new front bumper that has large air vents and also vertical LED daytime lights integrated in it. The package also comes with carbon fiber spoilers and the kidney grille with horizontal bars instead of the standard vertical bars. These also have been made out of carbon fiber.

The rear side of the car would also get a new bumper and diffuser as well as horizontal quad tail pipes plus discrete boot lid and roof spoilers. Exterior effects get completed with a new alloy wheel set.

Details on the interior and the other aspects of the package have not yet been divulged by the company.

Source: carscoop

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