New Mansory Lamborghini for James Stunt !
Famous billionaire James Stunt is the husband of Petra Ecclestone, Bernie’s daughter. However, Mr. Stunt seems to be a self-made billionaire and doesn’t really need the money from his father-in-law, who has been ruling over Formula One for quite a few years now (some might even say it’s been too long). I don’t really care how he made his money and nor should you, that’s not the point. What really gets our attention are his awesome cars.
Indeed, Mr. Stunt is often seen in London driving with a huge convoy of blacked-out cars and an army of bodyguards. Most of the time he would be seen driving a sports car (mostly a Lamborghini apparently), followed by huge convoys of blacked-out Range Rovers, Bentleys & Rolls Royce Phantoms. All of his cars have baller custom plates, making references to his family name (ex: “S7UNT” etc etc). Mr. Stunt has a deep connection with car tuner MANSORY: he owns a Mansory Conquistador (Rolls Royce Phantom) as well as Mansory Bentleys and many others (I’ve heard rumours of him owning about 21 Mansory cars). And here is his new Mansory Lamborghini !
It’s called the J.S.1 Edition (J.S. as in “James Stunt”, obviously), it’s a one-off model built especially for him with a bunch of carbon-fiber. The car is without a doubt based on the “Mansory Carbonado”, which was presented at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. I guess owning the brand new Mansory Lamborghini is a great way to stand out among your fellow billionaire friends. Mission accomplished! Rumoured price: £3,1 million. Though I find that a tad excessive for a tuned Aventador (he also happens to own a full-black Aventador SV roadster).
Little recap: Mansory is a german/swiss tuner brand. They’re famous for their excentric & delirious creations = they built “hate it or love it” cars. They use a lot of rare elements for their cars (carbon fiber, snake or ostrich skin… etc). Their main goal is to build something totally nuts, original and out-of-this-world to please an ever-growing and ever-demanding “new kind of clientèle”. Their work is heavily appreciated in middle-eastern countries, as well as eastern Europe.
Image credits: Mansory Facebook page + Website