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Mansory Ferrari 458 Italia Siracusa

MANSORY SIRACUSA 1 at Mansory Ferrari 458 Italia Siracusa

At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show Mansory to be honest made a fool of himself with the SLS Cormuem. But then they redeemed themselves with this Ferrari 458 Italia Siracusa.

The car appears to be inspired by Ferrari 599 Stallone and features a two-tone paint job and revamped design. Mansory apparently has messed with the 458’s spot on aerodynamics as they’ve removed those deformable things the car has in the front bumper and also replaced the rear diffuser.

The new side skirts of the car look very good, but we’re not sure about the new carbon fiber vents on the air vents, rear window, and the rear spoiler itself. Most of the black parts on this car are actually made of carbon fiber. That results in a weight saving of 70 kg compared to the standard 458.

The interior is a sea of carbon fiber but also benefits from suede and leather. We like the yellow garnish on the dash, seats and mats. The weave of those carbon fiber parts may become overwhelming to look at after a while!

Mansory has also tweaked the 458’s engine and increased the power from 560 to 590 hp and 560Nm of torque which results in a 0-100km/h time of 3.2 seocnds and top speed of 330 km/h. They also provide 9×20 and 11×21-inch wheels with central lock feature and Michelin tires.

MANSORY SIRACUSA 2 at Mansory Ferrari 458 Italia Siracusa
MANSORY SIRACUSA 3 at Mansory Ferrari 458 Italia Siracusa

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