The Mansory Stallone is back once more, bringing more power and extravagant styling tweaks to Ferrari’s drop-top 812 GTS
Mansory is renowned for its divisive takes on exotic machinery, and following its recent 812 Superfast creation, it’s now turned its hand to its drop-top sibling. There might be a marginal raise in output, but it’s the styling tweaks both inside and out that will draw the most eyes.
The Mansory Stallone 812 GTS is instantly obvious from its new front and rear bumpers, visually dominated by a LaFerrari-esque central divide can be seen in the lower grille. There’s also a large splitter coming complete with oversized endplates.
The rear receives similarly distinctive treatment, with an aggressive new diffuser, large endplates, and of course, that comically-large rear wing. Mansory is yet to provide revised downforce figures for a car equipped with these modifications, and probably won’t given the aesthetic, rather than functional, emphasis of the changes.
Elsewhere you’ll find a handful of new carbonfibre components, with new side skirts matching tweaks at the front and rear, and louvres behind the front wheels. This specific example is painted in a ‘Daytona grey’ colour scheme with contrasting blue accents.
Though far from a drastic uplift, the 812’s 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 has been tweaked, with an ECU tune and sport exhaust system adding 30bhp and 16lb ft of torque to the total – this brings output to 819bhp and 546lb ft of torque. 0-100kph is now said to happen in 2.8sec, around the same as a standard car, with top speed marginally higher at 345kph.
Staggered 21- and 22-inch forged wheels are new to the model too, in this case finished in gloss black and wrapped in 265-section front and 335-section rear rubber. Mansory also says it has an adapted suspension setup, again likely setup for static aggression than outright dynamism.
The visual modifications don’t stop on the outside either, with the cabin of this example reupholstered in bright blue leather with contrasting white details. New aluminum pedals, embroidered Mansory logos and illuminated door sills also feature. Pricing will vary between specifications, but don’t expect these modifications to be cheap.
This article originally appeared at evo.co.uk
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