It’s hard to fathom someone would drop $3.4M big ones on a new Bugatti Chiron and take it straight to a tuner for a makeover but Mansory seems to think there are such people, as it has introduced the first ever tuned Chiron called the Centuria.
As you can see from the photos, the body kit comes with a raft of not so subtle add ons starting with a new front apron with a unique carbon fibre design. Further up on the front fascia, the wider air intakes ditch the chrome trim for carbon frames that house aerodynamic voids.
Even the bonnet is brand new and comes with a prominent dual central crease and an air intake below the windscreen, while the side skirts are also new.
You may notice there are now air vents that are incorporated atop the front wheel arches, while the side air intake is larger thanks to the removal of the ‘C’ line trim.
Elsewhere, another air intake has been fitted to the roof and a larger rear spoiler takes pride of place at the back, along with new engine covers. The Chiron’s rear bumper has also been completely reworked with a technical rear diffuser and a new tailpipe.
Rounding off the exterior makeover is a set of Mansory’s own turbine-style wheels with a carbon fibre finish. They fit the stock Chiron tyres measuring 285/35 R 20 at the front and 355/30 R 21 at the rear.
Mansory says the entire body kit was crafted and design in-house from carbon fibre.
Inside, the cabin is decked out in navy blue suede complimented by sky blue accents, while the dials and switches appear to have a new blue finish.
Mansory hasn’t revealed the cost of its Centuria kit but it’s safe to assume if you have to ask, you can’t afford it.