The Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition: Unconventional, Yet Strikingly Right

The new Mansory Dawn Pulse edition is like a giant white candy and, for the first time in the brand’s history, it has a two-tone grille in white and orange.

There’s no denying the people over at Mansory are experts at making a statement.

From the electrified Mansory AMG GT to the Mansory Lamborghini Urus, its creations are often over-the-top.

Yet its latest project, the Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition, is straight-up crazy.

For starters, the exterior of the Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition is bathed in white.

It immediately draws the eye, but the German tuner has also swapped out the stock front bumper for a revised one with new air intakes and LED daytime running lights.

It also ditched the stock grille in favor of a two-piece grille, with white vertical slats on the right side and orange vertical slats on the left side.

As if that doesn’t draw enough attention, Mansory has incorporated LEDs into the grille.

Then there’s the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ emblem that sits on top of the hood, which has been re-finished in orange.

The Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition sits on a set of new 22-inch wheels with orange brake calipers behind them.

Other exterior modifications include new vents on the front quarter panels and extended side skirts.

The Dawn has been given a new rear bumper with a diffuser and central rain light, too.

To round things off, the folding soft top has been re-trimmed in orange, and there are orange pinstripes running along the shoulders of the Rolls as well.

Much like the exterior, the interior of the Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition combines white and orange.

The seats, transmission tunnel, center console, door panels, and the lower part of the dash are all finished in white leather.

Meanwhile, the seat belts, seat sтιтching, piping on the floor mats, and steering wheel are all finished in orange.

Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition

The Mansory Dawn Pulse Edition is so wrong, yet so right.

Traditionalists won’t be fond of its outlandish looks, but we like the Miami 2004 vibes.

It’s for sale, too, although there isn’t a price listed on the Mansory website.

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