Ferrari 4XX Siracusa by Mansory
The twin-turbo Ferrari 488 GTB is a marvelous beast, and Mansory is well aware of that. This is why the skilled team went on to design and develop the 4XX Siracusa. The aftermarket specialist came up with a carbon fiber aerodynamic kit, including the split rear wing, which adds a touch of futuristic overall vibe to the Ferrari. The aesthetics changes also include a new set of alloys and calibers, matching the supercar’s black-yellow overall theme. Inside the cabin, Mansory decided to add the usual array of eye-catching materials, from leather to carbon fiber. Owners will probably appreciate the contrasting stitching and custom badging, as well.
On a technical level, the garage fiddled around with ECU mapping and the exhaust system, which is why the 3.9-liter V8 engine now develops 790 hp and 643 lb-ft of twist – instead of the factory 661 hp and 560.5 lb-ft. As such, the Ferrari 4XX Siracusa will supposedly do 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and max out at 212 mph performance figure similar to the original supercar’s form. So, what happened to those extra ponies and where did they run off? No clue! But, this seems to make Mansory’s work a bit irrelevant, not to mention useless. What’s up with that?