Rounding out the trio of modified cars from Mansory on display at this year’s Geneva Motor Show is the ‘Bel Air’ Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe, which gets dressed up with a striking bodykit and even more luxury items in the already opulent cabin. Not like the standard Rolls’ interior was in need of more luxury, the guys at Mansory deemed it necessary to add new leather trim, and natural wood highlights, aluminum pedals and illuminated door sills.

The exterior also gets an update, with developers adding a new front apron, side skirts and a custom rear end with an integrated diffuser. Completing the list of exterior mods is a new set of mirror-finished 22in wheels with a nine twin-spoke design. The forged construction makes the Mansory wheels exceptionally light compared with the standard cast wheels. The resulting reduction of unsprung weight significantly improves acceleration as well as the stopping distance and handling. The wheels are wrapped with the Dunlop SP Sport Maxx tires measuring 305mm across.

Mansory has also installed a custom brake package developed by Brembo specifically for the behemoth convertible. The package consists of six-piston calipers biting 412mm discs at the front and smaller four-piston calipers and 380mm discs up back.