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All-new Mansory Porsche P9LM Evo 900 REVEALED!



Dear Lord above, Mansory Has Cast Its Glances Over A Porsche 911 S Turbo Cabriolet.

Whenever the divisive name Mansory (swiss-based automotive aftermarket tuner/design house) is mentioned in the same sentence as pretty much ANY car, sharp intakes of breath tend to follow.


Whilst the recipient of the subsequent imagery reveal braces themselves to be stunned.


Usually into silence. 


After all, Mansory doesn’t exactly shy away from interpreting originally beautiful cars in manners which inevitably polarise audiences.


That’s the polite way of putting it, anyway.





Simply scroll through any of Mansory’s ‘greatest hits’ to date, and there won’t be a single fence-sitter amongst the congregation; we’re telling you. 


Just don’t linger too long on its dedicated Bentley re-styling on a full stomach.


Or for that matter, the two-tone Rolls-Royce Wraith II, which is very much an acquired taste. And should only ever be viewed by those who’ve undergone a ‘taste bypass’ procedure. 


And then there’s the Lamborghini Urus Venatus Coupe Evo C


Outlandish doesn’t come close. 







Now What?


Well, the good/bad news is, Mansory has been at it again.


On this occasion turning its attention to the Porsche 911 S (992).


And the internet virtually exploded when these images of its P9LM Evo 900 dropped recently.


Of course, we’d like to say instant reactions were divided, but we’d be lying.


The general consensus was - at least amongst car peeps - that Mansory had out-Mansory’d even itself. 


Which certainly takes some doing. 








But then there’s OUR opinion.


And avoiding playing devil’s advocate here, we generally love this interpretation.




After all, Porsche’s are a bit like Lamborghini’s.


Or they should be.




Ludicrous being the word.


Out there. Leftfield. Uncompromising.


Just some of the alternate superlatives a Porsche should be described as in our humble opinion. 








Depending on what lens you look at it through, the awesome new Mansory-fettled Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet is a sight to behold.


Much in the same way as the Mona Lisa would be if she’d been reimagined by a Chuckle Brother





Starting with the exterior, and the 900 has seemingly grown a new body kit.


While it’s also evidently borrowed a two-stage rear wing from an airliner.


Think the Escort Cosworth’s picnic bench rear elevation; then some.



There’s also a liberal smattering of air inlets and scoops, all of which are obviously carbonised and finished in a sort-of black paint finish which defies an explanation. Because no explanation exists which could justify it.


Not that this is necessarily a bad thing, depending on your viewpoint.


Like we said, it kinda works for us. 








Does It Become Slightly Less Of An Assault On The Senses Once Inside?



What do you think? It’s a Mansory number.


The interior is what we’d imagine a car interior to look like if someone had detonated an oversized Mentos Cool Candy Mint Peppermint Fresh Breath Flavour Chew.


One the circumference of a Spacehopper


Oh, and it’s all diamond quilted.


Like posh toilet roll. 








Jeez. So Why Do We Like It So?


For a few reasons, one being we appreciate different.


And like we said earlier, in Supercardom, the dafter the better. 


If you want vanilla, buy a Kia Picanto.




And did we mention the Mansory Porsche P9LM Evo 900’s vital stats? 


No. Well, get a load of this.






The otherwise stock 3.8-litre flat-six lump has been tweaked to produce a staggering 912bhp. An increase of nigh-on 300bhp.


That’s 1 John Deere 8430 super tractor. Or to be more relatable; an Ariel Atom




Whichever way you choose to look at it, it generates more oomph than a Porsche 918 Spyder



It also creates aural havoc courtesy of a modified three-pipe exhaust, and hits the 62mph promised land in a mere 2.5 seconds. And eventually runs out of grunt at approximately 211mph full chat.



Just 7 examples of the Mansory Porsche P9LM Evo 900 will go into production, with a price tag as yet not revealed.


But expect northwards of £200k.


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