Mansory is known to be one of the boldest aftermarket tuners for luxury cars, and the German-Swiss company continues its propensity for dazzle and flash by bringing no less than nine modified cars – all grouped under a ‘Marble Collage’ theme – to the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.

Let’s kick things off with the Bugatti Veyron. Called the Vivere Diamond Edition, the entire body of this one has been reworked with marble-pattern carbon-fibre, and other fancy bits include a new carbon front lip with LED DRLs, modified rear wing, redesigned rear section, new side skirts and Mansory alloy wheels. Inside, there’s white leather upholstery, marble-pattern carbon dash trim and a redesigned steering wheel.

Fans of the Ferrari 812 Superfast may or may not like this, but Mansory’s take on the grand tourer is definitely getting some attention. The Mansory Stallone (sounds much meatier than Sylvester, you have to admit) gets a full carbon-fibre bodykit, a massive rear wing, carbon hood, side mirror caps and black alloy wheels.

Power is up thanks to a new exhaust system and retuned ECU – the 6.5 litre V12 now makes 830 hp and 732 Nm of torque, up from 789 hp and 718 Nm. The interior is almost completely upholstered in bright red hide with contrast piping, and it gets Stallone-stamped carbon scuff plates as well.

Next up is the Mansory Cyrus, which is built based on the Aston Martin DB11. The base car’s 5.2 litre twin-turbo V12 makes 600 hp at and 700 Nm, but here it has been retuned to pack 700 hp and 849 Nm of torque. One thing’s for sure, you won’t be travelling incognito with that green exterior.

The other British supercar, the McLaren 720S, has also had its power uprated to produce 755 hp and 780 Nm of torque. In its standard guise, the 3.8 litre V8 motor makes 710 hp and 770 Nm of torque.

Joining the modified Bugatti and Ferrari are the Bentley Bentayga (Bentayga Bleurion), Panamera Sport Turismo, Mercedes-AMG S63 and a Rolls-Royce Phantom, and there’s even a Golf car for good measure.

Some of the cars have yet to be named, but each one will get roughly the same treatment, which includes fitment of CF parts, upgraded power, staggered wheels and over-the-top interior themes. All nine models will get their premiere at the show. Well, of all the cars you see here, which one is your favourite? Let us know in the comments section below.