Mansory treats the Rolls-Royce Wraith to its best – opulence

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We’re actually getting used to Mansory’s overboard style of aftermarket customization – which is not really good news – but anyways here’s their latest project, which involves gold and a Wraith.

There’s a ton of not so flattering adjectives to be used when describing Mansory’s works on the high performance and ultra-luxury vehicles of the world but this time around at least they decided to go for the pretty inoffensive opulence. So the controversial tuner has decided the Rolls-Royce Wraith should stand out among the Wraith crowd around the world by using gold accents. The Wraith has been bestowed with a gold treatment on the upper half of the body and has now been renamed as the “Palm Edition 999”. We also noticed the gold-plated door handles and other similar trim on the side skirts and on the fins of the front fender vents. The massive 22-inch alloys also feature the same bling and have been shod in Vredestein 265/35 tires. Moving inside the Ali Baba cave, sorry cabin, there are numerous gold accents – including smack down on the center console.

Mansory also languishes at the fact it decided to change all original badges with logos and plaques finished with 24-karat gold. By the way, if you didn’t already know, the “999” speaks about the gold’s purity and if you need the tuner can deliver the pure gold look to virtually all of the car’s metallic surfaces. The biturbo 6.6-liter V12 engine also experienced a remasterization and now comes with 730 horsepower (544 kilowatts) and 738-pound feet (1,000 Newton meters) of torque – top speed now stands at 186 miles per hour (300 km/h).