Heavily modified supercar produces 779bhp and reaches 62mph a tenth quicker than standard

German tuner Mansory has revealed a range of cars at the Geneva motor show, including the Ferrari 488-based 4XX Siracusa Spider.

The mid-engined supercar has been heavily modified both technically and aesthetically, with drastic changes to the car’s exterior including a wider lower grille and deeper side intakes. There are also two fixed wings and gold wheels.

The car’s twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 has received a new engine control unit to extract a further 109bhp, bringing peak output to 779bhp and trimming a tenth from the 488’s 3sec 0-62mph time. Top speed also grows by 7mph to 212mph.

Alongside the modified Ferrari were other cars including a Porsche Panamera, Rolls Royce Dawn and Mercedes S-Class Cabrio, which all received heavy changes.

The new Bentley Bentayga has also been subjected to Mansory changes, with the finished product sporting a two-tone black finish and more aggressive stance.

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4 April 2017
I wish was in the position of someone who can afford to say...it is a wee bit faster,and it will be a bit more exclusive,a bit like having th latest mobile phone really!

Peter Cavellini.

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