In mid-2010 Mansory introduced its own tuning version of the Rolls-Royce Ghost named White Ghost Limited. Apart from exterior changes its engine was also enhanced – it has 630bhp and allows acceleration from 0 to 60mph in 4.5 seconds with top speed of 290kmph
MANSORY is an aftermarket tuning company that specializes in the modification of high-end automobiles. Founder Kourosh Mansory became fond of British vehicles while living in the UK before moving to Germany and opening his tuning shop in the city of Brand in Bavaria/Germany near the border of the Czech Republic.
To date, Mansory has performed extensive modifications on vehicles such as the Bentley Continental GT, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Aston Martin Vanquish. What made the name Mansory known in the tuning world, however, was their bold decision to modify a Rolls-Royce Phantom. Unveiled at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show the matte-black Phantom was nick-named the Conquistador.
The Mansory Conquistador was featured on the cover of the July 2007 issue of Modified Luxury & Exotics where it also received the nick-name Black Banshee. The article goes on to make some extraordinarily flattering comments about the modifications performed saying, “And so it is not without serious consideration that we categorically assert that Mansory, if we may be so bold, has beaten Roll-Royce at its own game; the German tuner offering a more sophisticated and more beautiful vehicle, with even more luxury and a more impressive road presence.
This Black Banshee is easily in contention for being the most awesome car we at MLE have ever seen. That being said, such a superlative sculpture can only be achieved when you have the best clay to work with.” , while it was suggested that Mansory’s Porsche Panamera featured in Evo magazine was least tasteful modified car Evo had ever seen.