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Mansory Ferrari 458 Italia Siracusa


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Another great tuning work has been released by the guys at Manosory called the Siracusa and based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. The modified sports car features a new front apron with inlets, new bonnet, side skirts, and integrated ducts all made from carbon fiber. This shaves off 70 kg, while the rear window was swapped out with carbon fiber blades. The Ferrari 458 Siracusa is powered by the 4.5-liter V8, and named after a town in Sicily known for its historic race track. Power upgrades to the powerplant increased the figures to 590 PS and 560 Nm of torque, and consist of an ECU tuning remap, new air filter, and sport exhaust system.

At the track, the Mansory Siracusa is able to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds, and reach a top speed of 330 km/h. The tuners dropped the car 20 mm with four new shock absorbers and lowering springs. For the stance, the Ferrari 458 Italia now sits on forged rims measuring 20×9 in the front, and 21×11 at the rear. They come wrapped in high performance Michelin tires on all fours. Inside the Ferrari is typical Italian luxury, boasting leather, ultra-suede, and carbon fiber accents throughout. The tuning company even customized the center console, added aluminum pedals, and a new sport steering wheel.


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