An elegant grand tourer might not be the first model you would want to add aggressive looking bits onto but the Mansory Ferrari Roma does exactly this while also increasing power to a healthy 529 kW.
German tuning company Mansory is known for outlandish and aggressive upgrades to high-end sports cars and the latest grand tourer from the Ferrari stables could not slip through its clutches. The formerly minimal design has been enhanced with lightweight body panels manufactured from carbon-fibre including a brand new bonnet which proudly portrays the forged composite.
Mansory even state that they have given a “very masculine appearance” to what is otherwise a soft and curvaceous form that world renowned automotive designer Frank Stephenson (who also designed the Ferrari F430) rated 9.5/10 in his critique video. Considering its pure form is devoid of any excess, this one is sure to divide opinion but customers of the tuning brand who seek to make a statement would find the Mansory Ferrari Roma the perfect grand tourer.
Regardless of if the exterior appeals to you or not, the Mansory Ferrari Roma has also received a significant powertrain upgrade from its twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 which now pushes out 529 kW and 865 Nm. This enables the boy-racer Roma to reach 100 km/h in only 3.1 seconds before continuing onto its 332 km/h top speed.
The interior has also received as much treatment as the exterior with full-red and black leather trim cocooning occupants with a carbon-fibre equipped steering wheel in front of the driver. A Mansory step plate finished in the same forged carbon-fibre lines the base of the door well.
No pricing is available yet and any curious onlookers can inquire at their website.