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MANSORY 'Stallone' Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano


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The gorgeous Ferrari 599 is probably the last car in need of any modifications but German tuner Mansory has developed a range of carbon-fiber accessories and performance upgrades designed specifically for the stunning GT. The tuner has unveiled the latest package for the 599 at the Geneva Motor Show today alongside several other modified supercars including the Mercedes-McLaren SLR and Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe.

The performance kit includes high-performance compressors and custom made intercooling. The supercharging of the V12 power train is supported by a sport air filter with higher air-flow as well as modified control electronics. This increases the performance of the 6.0L engine from 620 to 720hp, with torque boosted by an additional 92Nm. The sprint to 100km/h now takes 3.7seconds, 0.2 seconds faster than stock, and top speed is now in excess of 340km/h.

In addition to the engine upgrades, Mansory also installs forged turbine-wheel alloys measuring 20in at the front and 21in at the rear. At only 13kg for one of the front axle rims, the Mansory wheel is one of the absolute lightweights. By using weight-saving aluminium alloys and with the resulting reduction of the unsprung mass, the acceleration, breaking distance as well as the handling are improved considerably. Modifications to car’s body include a carbon-fiber aero kit with new side skirts, a front spoiler and an integrated rear diffuser.
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  1. Rather questionable taste i say
     
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  2. How can you touch a Ferrari engine? I think Ferraris with anything on them other that Ferrari parts are ruined.

    They are perfect from the factory.

    The 599 Fiorano is a gorgeous machine on its own.
     
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  3. Why does Mansory feel the need to ruin such amazing machines?
     
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  4. Aaaaouch, my eyes!!
     
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  5. chose the worst colour scheme as well
     
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  6. love the alloys though...
     
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  7. That\'s it! When you f*** up an SLR that\'s bad. When you do this to my beloved 599GTB you\'ve earned yourself a beating like Joe Pesci got at the end of Casino.
     
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  8. for the rich and tasteless
     
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  9. WTF is it with the stupid name ??
     
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  10. Yeah, this image is quite off. If you see it ion video, or lucky enough to see in person. Its pretty sick. The all white back, and the carbon fiber is exquisite. Even though i agree ferraris should not be touched at all, this was done very well.
     
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  11. That's pretty nice doesn't look like the smoothest ride though
     
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  12. The 599 is all about understatement. It's not an Enzo or a F430 convertible, it doesn't scream "look at me", it just blows your doors off.
    But there will always be some rich guy with questionable taste (from a particular region of the world, if you know what I mean) who wants to stand out, no matter what the cost...
     
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  13. ya i like it except for the middle strip
    i personally wasnt in love with the design from the get go but thats me...

    but i do concur anything that changes a ferrari, mmm, yea best leave those cars alone, unless there was a glaring deficiency and there hardly ever is...
     
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