German auto tuner and Mercedes specialist Mansory’s most recent full-dressed revision used an AMG S63 Cabriolet as a foundation. The result is a springtime ride that looks a little like a luxury living room set on wheels.
The mint-hued masterpiece made its grand debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, which explains its particularly outlandish design style. The build is packed with Mansory touches, including new mint-toned wheels, a vented hood, and carbon fiber add-ons.
Inside, the unique style is amped up with upholstery in the same minty shade. Mansory fully committed to the green-blue hue, using it right down to the center console, steering wheel, armrests, door panels, and more.
As it was Geneva-bound, Mansory wasn’t shy about signing their work, and company logos appear with startling frequency, inside and out; “Mansory” and “Apertus Edition” appear most prominently on the sill plates.
While the exact details regarding power production are unknown, we can safely guess that the high-powered cosmetics saleswoman who would drive this car wouldn’t be disappointed with its pickup. The standard S63 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine produces 603 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque on its own, and Mansory is expert in finding the means of improving such modest numbers.