Mansory makes an encore with the Ferrari 812 GTS Stallone

Mansory sometimes keeps his aftermarket creations in good taste, but the German tuner also likes to overdo it. A perfect example of this is the Ferrari 812 GTS Stallone that we had seen in March 2021 and that now the makeup is redone.

If you remember it was a silver and blue supercar that had gained 30 hp more, going from 800 to 830 hp with a maximum torque of 740 Nm. The Stallone GTS thus promised a sprint from 0-100 km / h in 2, 8 seconds and 345 km / h top speed. Still bearing the nickname of Stallone, the convertible with V12 engine that we propose in these photos is now available with orange finishes, along with some white details.

Consistent with itself

Just like the silver version, the orange Mansory Ferrari 812 GTS Stallone is packed with carbon fiber parts that make the front end quite busy. The same can be said behind, with the huge wing lining the entire rear fascia, along with a quad exhaust system.

Unlike the previous version, the Mansory Ferrari 812 GTS Stallone orange has matching interiors. The dashboard trim, seats, door panels and center console are all finished in the same color as the body, with some white parts. There carbon fiber abounds throughout the cabin, although the pedals are made of aluminum.

Different outside, same “inside”

Apart from the colors, the Mansory Ferrari 812 GTS Stallone has remained the same as before. The 6.5-liter naturally aspirated engine delivers 830hp of power and sprints from standstill to 100km / h in 2.8 seconds, reaching a top speed of 345 km/h.

How much? Mansory does not say this, but we are certainly not talking about an affordable figure.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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