The Mansory 4XX Siracusa is yet another exotically high powered super car unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.
Mansory just unveiled the 4XX Siracusa a super car with an extreme carbon fiber body at the 86th Geneva Motor Show. Many car analysts are claiming the Mansory 4XX Siracusa is what happens when the Ferrari 488 GTB goes very extreme.
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Mansory claims to AutoBlog that the exotic super car has a 3.9-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 engine. In the 4XX Siracusa, the output of the engine claims to have been increased from 661 horsepower to a significant 790.
Even the torque has been taken up from 561 pound-feet to 643 lb-ft in the 4XX. Mansory even claims the super car is capable of hitting 60 in just 2.9 seconds and keep going to 212 miles per hour.
What’s really unique about the 4XX Siracus is the carbon fiber body of the new car. It can be rightfully stated Mansory has gone beyond even Ferrari's optional carbon-fiber treatments.
Almost the entire car is decked in the carbon fiber. Carbon fiber forms the front splitter, rear diffuser, roof and pillars. Even the mirror, fender vents, sills, intakes, taillight surrounds all feature carbon fiber.
Even the parts of the hood, the spoiler, and both rear wings are made with carbon fiber. Even more extreme is the aggressive body kit and the eye-catching yellow paint job.
Points have to be given for Mansory for trying to make the 4XX Siracusa a step ahead of Ferrari. However the car falls to gain more attention than just another exotic super car.
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The Geneva International Motor Show 2016 is expected welcome close to 700,000 visitors during the 10 days. 10,000 of those are from the press, making this car show one of the most important ones in the world.