Tuning house Mansory has come under fire for producing some, err… interesting takes on luxury and sportscars. The Mansory F8XX may be one of the company’s racier creations, and it comes with a healthy power increase to match the wild looks.
Mansory chose an interesting colour to showcase its latest work. It’s not often you see green Ferraris. The Mansory F8XX is finished in Catania Green. The paintwork would be enough but are several other visual highlights. A new body kit comprises a new front bumper with aero additions on the edges, the side skirts and a rear apron.
The most notable component of the body conversion is the rear wing, which is divided into two L-shaped angles. That shape seems to be a nod to the Ferrari FXX-K (which you can see here) that may also give us a slight idea for the source of the F8XX’s name. The entire body kit is fashioned from, what Mansory calls, forged carbon.
One-piece forged alloys measure 21×9,5 up front and 22×12 at the rear. These are shod with high-performance tyres of 255/30 and 335/25, respectively. The wheels hide an uprated suspension system that gives the car a more hunkered down stance.
All the show would be enough for some folks, but the Mansory F8XX also has more power than standard. In stock form the twin-turbocharged V8 engine produces 530 kW and 770 N.m of torque at the flywheel. Mansory’s engineers fettled the ECU and fitted a new exhaust system to release 656 kW and a whopping 980 N.m of torque. These outputs result in a benchmark zero to 100 km/h time of 2,6 seconds and a top speed that is 354 km/h.
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