MANSORY Siracusa based on Ferrari 458 Italia

Posted on 25 March 2011 by Tony Santos

Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 Italia

In addition to their line up at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show is Mansory’s Siracusa based on the Ferrari 458 Italia.

Ferrari 458 Italia is already made extensively with ultra-light and high-strength carbon but Mansory; as what they did with Cormeum, also replaced almost all of its body components with carbon substitutes reducing its weight by 70 kg. Siracusa features a new front apron with larger air inlets coupled with a new bonnet providing better ventilation, reduced uplift force and more aggressive look. The newly designed side skirts also add more ventilation to the engine compartment through integrated ducts. It also offers a new diffuser and a set of carbon blades which replace the rear window of the Ferrari 458 Italia.

The Mansory enhancement package includes an optimized engine management, a sports air filter and a sports exhaust system which render a significant increase in performance. Siracusa’s V8 engine is now capable of making 590 hp and 560 Nm of torque. It can sprints from 0-100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 330 km/h.

A suspension system consisting of four sports anti-shocks progressively winded springs lowers Siracusa’s centre of gravity by 20 mm as compared to the Ferrari 458 Italia.

Mansory equipped Siracusa with a set of forged rims with central locking measuring 9×20 (front axle) and 11×21 (rear axle) wrapped in Michelin PS2 tires measuring 245/35 ZR20 at the front axle and 305/30 ZR21 at the rear axle.

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