The Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 has travelled to Geneva, Frankfurt and now Las Vegas.
The Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 has been around the block, so to speak. After making its debut in March at the Geneva Motor Show, the globe-trotting Italian supercar then made its way to Germany for the Frankfurt Auto Show in September. Its arrival at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas capped off its world tour, giving us in North American a sweet sight. In Germany, the Mansory Siracusa showed off its new body kit, carbon features and suspension setup along with its performance upgrades.
The body kit was designed for aerodynamics and consisted of new side skirts, apron with air inlets for better ventilation of the front coolers, rear diffuser and rear wing. The rear window was replaced by carbon blades to cut a solid 132lbs off the standard Ferrari 458. The motor features a revamped ECU, and along with a sports exhaust system and air filter allow the 458 to put out 590hp and 413 lb-ft of torque from its V8. When combined with the saved weight, the Mansory Siracusa showcases some impressive performance numbers.
A 0-62mph time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 205mph ensure that this Italian supercar would leave its standard counterpart in the dust. Check out the Mansory Siracusa Ferrari 458 at SEMA 2011, wearing new shoes and a carbon-leather-suede interior.