Mansory 4XX Siracusa Is Your 790 HP, Carbon-Gifted Ferrari 488 GTB

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The time has come for the tuning world to take advantage of the Ferrari 488 GTB's twin-turbo potential, and Mansory couldn't miss this opportunity. The developer is greeting us in Geneva with the 4XX Siracusa.
The designation of the vehicles points to the fact that the aftermarket company has sought inspiration in the machines that make up Ferrari's Corse Clienti customer racing program.

However, we didn't need the name of the tuning contraption to figure that out, since the aerodynamic kit gives it away, with the split rear wing being the most obvious sign - the body parts are made of carbon.

The visual changes also include 20- and 21-inch wheels, while the ground clearance has been cut by 0.78 inches (2 centimeters).

Visually speaking, we've been tempted to dismiss just about any Mansory creation we met so far, simply due to the ruined-supercar/ruined-GT looks it came with. However, when it comes to the 4XX, we're not really sure.

The interior treats us with the usual array of eye-catching materials, from leather to carbon fiber. The contrasting stitching and custom badging are on the house.

As we mentioned in the intro, the tech side of the 488 is leading tuners on a modification frenzy. Mansory has only played with the ECU mapping and the exhaust system of the twin-turbo V8 powering the supercar, but the output results are worth mentioning.

The 3.9-liter unit now generates 790 hp and 643 lb-ft of twist, up from the standard figures that see the Maranello machine delivering 661 hp and 560.5 lb-ft.

According to the tuner, the 4XX Siracusa can complete the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 2.9 seconds, while its top velocity sits at 212 mph. Those figures are almost identical to those of the standard car, which needs 3 seconds for the sprint and tops at 203 mph. So where does all the extra grunt go? Perhaps Mansory will explain.
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