Geneva 2011 – Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 Italia – rpmGo.com

Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 Italia

I never was a big fan of Mansory because most of their projects are outrageous. One exception would have to be the Siracusa, based on the beautiful Ferrari 458 Italia. Named after a Sicilian raceway, the engine of the car has been upgraded to 590 hp (434 kW) and 413 lb.-ft (560 Nm), which means that it 20 hp / lb.-ft more powerful than the standard version.

Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 Italia

With the installation of many carbon fiber body panels that lowered the car’s weight, Mansory says that this 458 Italia is able to sprint to 60 mph in only 3.2 seconds, before hitting a top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h).

Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 Italia

It sports Siracusa 20-inch wheels in the front and 21-inch out in the back, wrapped in Michelin rubber. Inside there is leather, carbon fiber and the rest of the lot. They’ve also installed a new suspension system that lowers the car by 20 mm.

Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 Italia

Just like other Mansory projects, you either love it or hate it.

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