Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Mansory shown in Geneva on Ferrari 458 Syracuse

As we mentioned yesterday, Mansory has led to the Geneva Motor Show three of his last works to make them known worldwide. Today is the turn of the interpretation of the Ferrari 458 Italy that the Swiss coach dedicated to the legendary Italian circuit of Syracuse (Sicily).
Decorated in a bright yellow, the 458 restored by Mansory Italy is notable for the large number of aerodynamic attachments that counts. The hood provides additional slots, the front bumper has also been redesigned to increase downforce on the front wheels, new side skirts and a rear completely changed beyond recognition in that they emphasize a huge spoiler, a new diffuser and cover rear window.
Mansory shown in Geneva on Ferrari 458 Syracuse
The massive use of carbon fiber causes the weight of 458 kilograms in 70 Syracuse decrease when compared to the original.Something that, combined with the adjustments to which the preparer has submitted to V8 Ferrari to get 20 hp more power (590 hp), help the supercar to reach 330 km / h top speed and go from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.2 seconds.
The Swiss coach has also worked on the suspension, which now bear the Syracuse 20 mm close to the ground, and in her shoes: Michelin Pilot Sport 2 305/30 mounted high performance wheels alloy 21-inch shaft 245/35 on rear wheels 20 inches in the front.

Mansory shown in Geneva on Ferrari 458 Syracuse 7