SEMA 2011 Mansory 458 Siracusa

The Mansory Siracusa showed its red face at the SEMA Motor Show 2011 after being introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March and a refresh at the IAA in September.

The model displayed at the IAA received a new apron with optimized air inlets for a better ventilation of the front coolers. In combination with the bonnet it also generates additional down force. At the sides, side skirts are added. These calm down the air flow between the axles and provide additional cooling air to the engine compartment through integrated ducts.

The diffuser which is fitted into the back skirt stabilizes the rear during high velocities and in connection with the rear wing, generates contact pressure at the rear axle. The body kit is completed with carbon blades which replace the rear window. Compared to the serial Ferrari 458 Italia, the saves 60 kilogram weight due to its autoclave carbon components.

Thanks to an optimized engine management, a sports air filter and a sports exhaust system, the output of the V8 increased to 590hp and 560Nm. The Mansory Siracusa accelerates in 3.2 seconds from 0 to 100km/h. The top speed is 330km/h, higher than with the basic Ferrari model.

The red sports car also received new wheels, new suspension setup and an enhanced interior fitted with materials such as most delicate leather, ultra-suede and carbon.

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