New Mansory Stallone GTS Is a UDO – Unidentified Driving Object

Ferrari 812 GTS 9 photos
Photo: Instagram | mansory.middle.east
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Mansory couldn't help but maim tune another Ferrari 812 GTS. Say hello to the Stallone, a flashy supercar with a custom body kit, new wheels, and a reupholstered interior that looks great if you close your eyes and imagine the stock variant.
Shared on social media over the weekend, these images were released by the tuner's Middle Eastern division and show this once-fine Ferrari 812 GTS from several angles, emphasizing its numerous modifications.

Starting on the outside, these include the attachments at the front and rear. The open-top exotic grand tourer (or front mid-engine supercar, if you will) retains its stock bumpers, which were decorated with all kinds of add-ons.

The vehicle has a chunky front apron with side blades, a reworked hood, gills, fatter side skirts, and a very large diffuser. There is also a ginormous wing on the trunk lid, and additional other attachments, most of which have a forged carbon look that makes the supercar seem even flashier than it is.

We reckon it would've looked almost decent with an all-black finish/wrap, but that's not how Mansory rolls. The Italian flag bedecks various elements on the outside, spanning from one end to the other, and it is also visible on that huge wing. The tuner's logo sits on certain components, and the machine rolls on new wheels that sport even more forged carbon accents.

Ferrari 812 GTS
Photo: Instagram | mansory.middle.east
The teal look of the brake calipers is a direct nod to the interior, which will give you a minty breath just from opening the door. The seats, dashboard panel, steering wheel, center console, door cards, and other cockpit parts were reupholstered in teal leather with white piping for contrast. The Italian flag motif contributes to the aftermarket flair. Mansory's logo is also present in the cabin.

Did you notice the P830 emblems? They are a direct reference to this Ferrari 812 GTS's new output in European horsepower. This translates to 818 brake horsepower and 610 kilowatts, and the vehicle now enjoys 546 pound-foot (740 Nm) of torque. That's a decent jump over the model's stock firepower, which is 789 hp (800 ps/588 kW) and 530 lb-ft (718 Nm) of torque.

Ferrari's V12 Spider, whose engine has a 6.5L displacement, takes just three seconds to accelerate to sixty-two mph (100 kph) from naught and taps out at over 211 mph (340 kph). On the other hand, Mansory claims that the extra oomph has made it two-tenths of a second faster, with the sprint being dealt with in 2.8 seconds. The supercar's top speed has also increased to 214 mph (345 kph).

Even if it looks kitschy, the new Mansory Stallone GTS P830 will likely sell in no time for a jaw-dropping amount of money. After all, everything this tuner touches costs a lot. But would you buy it if you were rich?

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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