Mansory Add Power to Modified Ferrari

By P. Joseph

Amid the glittering new launches at the recent Geneva Motor Show was the unveiling of a modified Ferrari called the Mansory Siracusa.

Created by luxury car modification specialists Mansory, the Siracusa comes with a standard Ferrari 458 Italia engine, but offers several major visual amendments together with enhanced power capacity.

The result is a revamped car with a new output of 590 hp / 434 kW and 560 Nm, enabling top speeds of 330 km/h. and 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds.

The aerodynamic package of the Siracusa is made from carbon fibre and includes a new front apron, side skirts, a rear skirt with an integrated diffuser and a discreet rear wing.

Mansory says the car’s body kit has been developed to improve downforce on both axles. Thanks to the new lightweight body parts, the Siracusa weighs 70 kg less than the standard Ferrari 458 Italia.

Prices for the Siracusa are yet to be revealed.

By P. Joseph