Mansory’s package for the Ferrari 458 Spider has great ingredients; lots of power, lots of carbon fiber, even a cool name – Monaco Edition. But put them together, and the end result – as is the case with most Mansory cars – is not completely loveable. Some may even call it hideous. It is pretty unique though.
The designers got their inspirations from the Enzo and tried to facelift the baby Fezza in a way for it to look like the daddy. Not sure what was the problem with the 458’s own styling. In addition to the nose job, the car gets a carbon aero kit consisting of front spoiler lip, extra wiglets, air vents, side skirts, and a great looking rear diffuser with new tailpipes right in the middle of it.
A set of 21 inch forged wheels wrapped in Michelin PS2 tyres and finished in black, as well as 20mm lower suspension are also provided, contributing to both the looks and dynamics of the car.
For the engine Mansory offers a mild upgrade through the use of sport air filters, new exhausts and ECU mapping, up to 590 hp and 560 Nm of torque. Using that power you can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds and reach 330 km/h.
The interior is as unique as the exterior. Special leather and Alcantara upholstery, with red and white accents as well as carbon fiber trims, and Mansory floor mats create a one of a kind cabin for the 458.
Mansory will only make 3 units of the Monaco Edition.