Is the tuner going soft in its old age?
German aftermarket tuner Mansory creates some of the most outrageous cars we have ever seen. The company most recently ruined a Rolls-Royce Cullinan interior and transform a Lamborghini Aventador into a monstrosity called the Mansory Cabrera. Now, Mansory has turned its sights on the 2020 Ferrari 812 Superfast but much like the Bentley Flying Spur revealed in Geneva, this one isn't too outrageous.
Unlike the plethora of Mansory's kits, the 812 Softkit doesn't completely transform the look of the car. It consists of various carbon-fiber exterior pieces including a front lip, splitter, air outtakes, bumper extensions, and rear diffuser with LED brake light. All of the pieces can be finished in either a matte or glossy finish.
Aside from the carbon-fiber bits, Mansory has remained rather restrained here. The only other visual changes include a set of black wheels and some smoked taillights. You may also notice that in thee photos, the Ferrari Prancing Horse has been removed on the front bumper, side fenders, and rear end. The Ferrari logo has been replaced by the Mansory crest on the front end and the side fenders.
Mansory hasn't said if there are any upgrades under the hood, so the engine likely produces the stock about of power. Not that that's a big loss, because the 6.5-liter V12 engine puts out 789 horsepower and 530 pound-feet of torque. This allows the 812 to hit 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 211 mph.
812 owners who prefer Mansory's usual brand of lunacy can opt for the Stallone 812, which looks much more aggressive than the 812 Softkit. The Stallone kit includes more intricate use of carbon fiber including an exposed hood area, side panels, and a massive rear wing. Even the interior is more toned down than typical Mansory products, though we are sure the company will design an outrageous cabin at the customer's demand.