On the heels of the carbon fibre Porsche Cayenne Chopster from exotic auto tuner Mansory that we wrote about the other day comes an even more exclusive and exponentially more awful creation dubbed the Vitesse Rosé. Limited to just three examples, the two-tone pink and black creature is based on the otherwise blameless Bentley Continental GT Speed. The black bits including the bonnet and a rear lip are carbon fibre, while car body components designed to maximize aerodynamics are made of something called PU-RIM.
LED daytime running lights, a new stainless steel exhaust system with two angular, overlapping chrome end pipes, high-tech alloy rims paired with Dunlop Sport Maxx GT tires, and a new hydraulic air suspension system for lowering the vehicle's centre of gravity are the other major upgrades. Inside, things get really sketchy with two-tone pink and mauve leather upholstery, with aluminium and carbon fibre details added to the mix. The cherry on top is a custom steering wheel with decorative stitching. Look for this eyesore at the Frankfurt Motor Show if you dare.