This is going to be an acquired taste.
German tuner Mansory is well-known for customizing some of the most exotic cars in the world, but the results are often an acquired taste, to put it politely. Mansory showed off some of its latest tuning projects at this year's Geneva Motor Show, including a custom Bugatti Chiron adorned with go-faster parts and a very aggressive-looking Lamborghini Urus.
The latest exotic to get the aftermarket tuning treatment by Mansory is the already-extreme Ferrari 812 Superfast. Like the 599 GTB Stallone and F12 Berlinetta the tuner has modified in the past, Mansory calls its creation the 812 Superfast Stallone.
As with most of Mansory's tuning packages, the Ferrari 812 Superfast has been given a comprehensive carbon fiber makeover. At the front, Mansory has installed a massive carbon front splitter with canards on either side. It also sports a carbon fiber hood, side skirts, and fender vents. A rear diffuser and a massive rear wing make the 812 Superfast look significantly more dramatic than the standard car. The 812 Superfast Stallone Stallone sits on a set of custom wheels that measure 21 inches at the front and 22 inches at the rear, while lowering springs round off the exterior modifications.
Inside, the custom cabin looks just as striking as the exterior thanks to a mix of red and black leather with yellow piping as well as Alcantara and carbon fiber trim. Other interior modifications include illuminated door sills, aluminum pedals, and a new steering wheel.
Under the hood, the 812 Superfast's 6.5-liter, naturally aspirated V12 has been tuned to produce 818 horsepower and 546 lb-ft, which is 30 more hp than the standard car. Mansory hasn't said how these modifications affect the performance, but the standard 812 Superfast can hit 0-6 mph in 2.9 seconds and top out at 211 mph. The tuner also hasn't released pricing details, but the standard Ferrari 812 Superfast will set you back $363,730, so expect the 812 Superfast Stallone to take that figure and run off into the heavens with it.