The 3.9-liter V8 has been tuned to produce 700 horsepower.
Mansory has pulled out all the stops with the new Tempesta Verde based on the Ferrari Roma.
While the standard Italian GT car oozes elegance, we're not sure we can say the same thing about Mansory's creation. The two-tone paintwork is the most conspicuous part of the design, with the vivid green hue fading into white on the right side of the car.
It's not quite as classy as Ferrari's available finishes for the Roma, but this will surely appeal to a customer with unique tastes. The color scheme leaves much to be desired, but the exterior accessories are visually pleasing. Carbon fiber has been used liberally and can be seen on the prominent side skirts, the revised front bumper, and at the rear.
Perhaps the diffuser is a bit much, but the surprisingly subtle spoiler works well with the Ferrari's design.
In an ode to the Roma's home country, a stripe with the Italian flag colors flows over the vehicle. Overall, it's far from Mansory's worst automotive crime, and we think it would look fabulous in a more sophisticated shade of paint.
One certainly couldn't complain about the enhanced power figures. Mansory claims the Tempesta Verde produces 700 horsepower and 638 lb-ft of torque, which should make for relatively rapid progress. 0 to 62 mph is dispatched in 3.1 seconds, while the top speed has been restricted to 206 mph.
The standard Roma's 3.9-liter V8 produces 612 hp and can hit 62 mph in 3.4 seconds, while the top speed is limited to 199 mph. The German tuner does not mention uprated suspension components, but those exquisite-looking wheels are wrapped in wide, grippy rubber.
The interior is just as elaborate as the exterior. The duo-tone color combination isn't for everyone; green and white leather covers just about every surface. Again, the Italian flag takes pride of place and can be seen on the center console and the gear selector. Perhaps a more subdued pairing would have been more successful, but again, there will be someone who absolutely loves this design.
There's no word on pricing, but we assume Tempesta Verde carries a hefty price tag. Even if you can afford it, you'll have to have plenty of influence and act fast, as it's a one-of-one creation. It's the second one-of-a-kind Ferrari-based vehicle in recent weeks, with the Stallone Tempesta Nera breaking cover in October.
It's not the first time Mansory has turned its attention to the Roma. Previously, the company has offered a soft kit for the Roma, and, essentially, it's the same body kit and accessories worn by the Tempesta Verde.