This is going to be controversial.
German tuner Mansory has a reputation for building some of the most controversial aftermarket cars in the business. If you think Mansory's projects are too extravagant, its latest creation won't change your mind. After turning the Ferrari 812 GTS into an 830-hp missile, Mansory has revealed its new take on the F8 Tributo, which has been given a wild makeover and a substantial power bump. Dubbed the Mansory F8XX, the modified F8 Tributo is finished in a striking "Catania Green" shade, complemented with gold racing stripes.
If the regular F8 Tributo looks too tame for you, the Mansory F8XX features an abundance of forged carbon fiber components including a new front apron, side skirts, and a rear apron.
The most eye-catching custom components, however, are the two L-shaped rear wings inspired by the one on the track-only FXX-K that replace the F8's spoiler.
To match its bold new look, Mansory has tinkered with the powertrain. As standard, the F8's mid-mounted 3.9-liter turbocharged V8 produces 710 hp and 568 lb-ft of torque, but Mansory has increased the output to 880 hp and 708 lb-ft thanks to modifications made to the engine management software and exhaust system. As a result of this power bump, the Mansory F8XX will accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 2.6 seconds, down from 2.9 seconds in the standard car, and top out at 220 mph, up from 211 mph.
Custom 21-inch front and 22-inch forged ultra-light wheels wrapped in high-performance tires complete the exterior modifications.
The interior is more restrained. Occupants sit in beige leather seats with white accents. More leather is applied throughout the cabin including the sports steering wheel, combined with carbon fiber trim, Mansory floor mats, and embroidered Mansory logos. No pricing information has been released, but the company's take on the F8 Tributo will put a larger dent in your wallet than the stock F8 Tributo, which will set you back at least $276,550.