The aftermarket company Mansory rolled out the second generation Siracusa based on the Ferrari 488. The exotic car was on display during the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The high-performance kit is for car fans who might want more extreme experience than the Ferrari 488 GTB delivers.
The Mansory 4XX Siracusa is powered by 3.9-liter, V8 bi-turbo engine. The variation is 130 hp more powerful than the original model. The powertrain runs with a special exhaust system.
The 4XX Siracusa hits 60 mph in 2.9 seconds with a top speed of 212 miles per hour (341 km/h).
The Ferrari 488 sports car has been given an entire makeover. The aftermarket offering features yellow exterior paint. There is carbon fibre on the majority of parts – roof, hood, spoiler, pillars, sills and intakes. In fact, the company is associated with the extensive use of this light-weight and high-strength material.
The Mansory 4XX Siracusa features a newly designed body. The spectacular design includes new front air intakes on the spoiler. These elements optimize the flow of fresh air to the radiator. The light-weight wheels contribute to both the performance and the appearance. The car is equipped with 9×20 inch front rims made out of forged light alloy.
In the cabin, the aftermarket specialists have added a new central console. The control center combines optimal functionality and comfort. Most of the components of the interior are leather coated.
The first generation Mansory Siracusa was based on the Ferrari 458. Mansory has a long tradition in tuning Ferrari models. Before Siracusa, the company had developed a Stalone and La Revolizione kits based on Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano and Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.