Mansory unveils its version of the electric Porsche Taycan


Tuning studio Mansory has presented a set of upgrades for the electric Porsche Taycan. Surprisingly, the car received rather small updates, despite the shockingness of most of the projects from Mansory.

Mansory is back and has developed some upgrades for the Porsche Taycan. The infamous tuner certainly likes to go overboard with the design of cars sometimes, but for the electric Taycan, the whole range of changes is actually quite modest. In this case, humility is a very good approach for Porsche’s electric supercar in many ways.

The standard material that Mansory uses for their projects is carbon fiber.

The front splitter is reinforced with forged carbon fiber, with plenty of forged carbon around the headlights and a wide, narrow opening on the Taycan’s nose, reminiscent of the racing 911 GT3. The forged carbon side sills are part of the body kit, stretching back where we find more carbon for the rear apron and diffuser, with a small spoiler at the top. The side mirrors are also finished in forged carbon fiber, and a pair of thin carbon strips spanning the front fenders and doors give the Taycan a distinct character.

Mansory can’t help but renew the wheels and this Porsche is no exception. A set of one-piece Y.5 alloy wheels are bolted to the front and rear, all 22 inches in diameter, although the rear wheels are slightly wider. Mansory says the thin-spoke design helps dissipate heat from the brakes, which remain standard but can be aesthetically enhanced with calipers painted in any color. This completes the external updates.

There are not many photos of the Taycan by Mansory interior, but the company emphasizes that it will change the interior of the electric vehicle to the taste of customers. So carbon inserts and leather finishes are offered on almost any surface, and of course you can do contrast stitching in all kinds of wild colors. Custom handlebars and side skirts with Mansory branding are also available.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Mansory tuners presented a Lamborghini Urus with a shocking purple interior. The German tuning studio Mansory, engaged in the alteration of luxury cars, has shown its new project.