2011 Mansory Siracusa based on Ferrari 458 Italia review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 4 March 2011 , 09:03:11 byAngela

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Mansory Siracusa based on Ferrari 458 Italia

The 2011 Mansory Siracusa is based on the Ferrari 458 Italia nad its name was inspired from the historic race track on Sicily with its manufacturing in the German city of Brand, where the MANSORY Design and Holding GmbH headquarters are to be found. The engineers used abundantly high-strength material carbon and each single element of the aerodynamic design was carefully manufactured so that it exactly fitted to the automobile, without compromising the perfect surface quality.
The most striking feature of the new Siracusa is embodied by the apron with optimised air inlets in order to provide a better ventilation of the front coolers.
Besides the aggressive look, MANSORY managed to create additional downforce with newly designed side skirts placed at the sides. The acceleration was significantly increased due to an optimised engine management, a sports air filter together with a sports exhaust system. Thus, the top speed obtained, reaches 330 km, which is higher than the basic Ferrari model. Four sports anti-shocks combined with pregressively winded lowering springs are carriage components in the Siracusa which were especially adjusted to the dynamic driving behaviour and the improved engine performance. The result is a centre of gravity lowered by 20 millimetres. Forged rims with central locking in the dimensions 9 x 20 and 11 x 21 with Michelin PS2 tyres measuring 245/35 ZR20 at the front axle and 305/30 ZR21 at the rear axle are the perfect wheel-tyre combination.
The MANSORY refining kit enhances the interior with delicate leather, carbon and ultra-suede. Luxurious atmosphere is perfectly combined with dynamic functionality.