It’s the most extreme, aftermarket Ferrari you’ll see all year.

Prepare your eyes for a visual feast, Mansory is showing off its new 4XX Siracusa Spider at the Geneva Motor Show. This is it. Taking its cues from the dramatic Siracusa coupe, which we first saw more than a year ago, the open-top Spider version adds to the dramatics with even more extreme bodywork and power.

The exterior wears a redesigned body over the 488 GTB on which it’s based, naturally. The front fascia sees upgrades like a new diffuser with aggressive air inlets to give the car even better cooling, a specially designed front lip, new side skirts, carbon fibre rear-view mirror casings, and new daytime LED running lights, just to name a few.

Mansory Ferrari 4XX Siracusa Spider


The rear follows a similar dramatic styling scheme. The rear diffuser gains a Liquid Black carbon fibre diffuser with Italian flag coloured accents, and a unique split rear spoiler with the same red, white, and green styling on top of the unique black finish. The exterior package is completed with a set of ultra-light wheels wrapped in high-performance 255/30 tyres on the front, and 325/25 on the rear.

All that extra bodywork, though, comes only second to performance. The stock 3.9-litre engine has been upgraded to produce a whopping 779hp and 641lb ft of torque. From a standstill, the 4XX Spider will sprint to 62mph in just 2.9 seconds and continue on to a top speed of 211mph.

Mansory Ferrari 4XX Siracusa Spider
Mansory Ferrari 4XX Siracusa Spider

To cope with all that extra power, Mansory has made a few upgrades to the suspension. New lowering springs reduce the ride height by 20mm, and a few special classic components aid in overall performance. A sports steering wheel, a redesigned centre console, and new leather fitments with accent coloured stitching gives the cabin a more upmarket feel. No word on pricing or availability, but assume the cost will be just as ridiculous as the package itself when it does go on sale.

Source: Mansory

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