/Geneva Preview: Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB

Geneva Preview: Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB

Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB 0 600x377 at Geneva Preview: Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB

Mansory has a checkered history with Ferrari GT cars, turning some of them into less than desirable objects with big question marks above them. They are now trying to remedy that with the new Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB, set for debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Dubbed “4XX SiraCusa,” Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB is all-out, no-nonsense super car with various bespoke touches that set it apart from, well, pretty much anything else in the world. The creativity has not all been Mansory designer’s though, since as the name clearly suggests the design of SiraCusa is inspired to a great extent by Ferrari’s own XX cars.

The biggest XX-influenced feature of Mansory Ferrari 488 GTB is the superb rear wing arrangement. We’re not sure we can even call that a wing, since it’s made up of two small and separate winglets on each side of the engine cover like an FXX K. They look brilliant. The car also gets custom bumpers and aero kit and a racing livery with yellow and black.

Inside the cabin Mansory has really outdone themselves this time, changing pretty much every visible surface with their own unique design. It’s a great place to sit and explore the 800 horsepower and 870 Nm of torque power output of the engine.

(Founder / Chief Editor / Journalist) – Arman is the original founder of Motorward.com, which he kept until August 2009. Currently Arman is our chief editor and is held responsible for a large part of the news we publish.