Do you feel as if Ferrari does not offer you enough carbon, or leather options for your F8 Tributo? Maybe this Mansory F8XX package can help. We hope you like green and gold too.
This is the new Mansory F8XX, a faster and greener version of the Ferrari F8 Tributo, complete with forged carbon, and some peculiar wings on the deck lid. Mansory is known for its extravagant conversions on cars that never quite needed them, and here is its latest piece.
To create the unintentional St Patricks day colour theme, the striking Catania green paintwork is complimented by a set of gold one-piece wheels, matching the two stripes draped over the car. There are new front and rear bumpers, bonnet, side skirts, wing mirrors, side intake vents, and two wings, mimicking that of the FXX racing version of the Enzo. All of these parts have been lathered in forged carbon with gold pin striping along the diffuser and wing mirrors. There is even a Mansory plaque in the engine bay, which is also all forged carbon.
To match the racy looks, there is more power. Flowing through those new quad-exit exhaust pipes is no longer the after-effect of a measly 536 kW and 770 N.m of torque. Mansory has, through a new exhaust system and engine re-mapping, extracted 656 kW and 960 N.m. It claims that all that power won’t ruin the response and drivability of the engine, and in case you were wondering, it should now do a top speed of 354 km/h, and get to 100 from 0 in 2,6 seconds.
Of course, with any Mansory conversion, a full interior re-decorating is standard. For the F8XX that means replacing all the Ferrari fit leather with its own. The customization firm did not hold back covering every, and we mean every, square inch of the interior in beige leather, accented by small strips of white leather in the seats, on the floor mats, and above your head. They even go as far as to replace the badge and airbag cover in the centre of the steering wheel.
Like with all their other conversions, a price tag is nowhere to be found, but rest assured it won’t be cheap.