Mansory Ferrari F12 is a Nip/Tuck Gone Wrong

Mansory Ferrari F12 is a Nip/Tuck Gone Wrong

If there was ever a time where less is more, and simpler is better, this would be it. One of the most beautiful cars to ever roll off a factory assembly line has received the Mansory treatment, and what it does to your eyes might constitute a crime.

The tuning program, which Mansory unveiled this week at the Geneva Motor Show is called the Stallone Ferrari F12 berlinetta, and comes with a whole new body kit, updated interior, and mild performance upgrades.

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The kit, which transforms the aesthetics of the F12 entirely, comes in all carbon fiber and includes a completely new front bumper with huge air vents, a new hood, side skirts, a subtle rear wing and rear diffuser. While the front of the Stallone is pretty strange, we’ll admit that the rear of the project looks fairly well done.

As for performance, the ECU gets reprogrammed to allow the 6.0-liter V12 engine to hit 775 hp and 535 lb-ft of torque. That’s an increase of 35 hp and 26 lb-ft of torque over factory figures. Completing the package are stainless steel exhaust tips that fit nicely in the new rear diffuser, a staggered set of 21-inch wheels in the front, 22-inch wheels in the rear, and high-performance tires.

Lastly, like any Mansory tuning package that’s available, the interior can be fully customized to your liking.

GALLERY: Mansory Ferrari F12 “Stallone”


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