Ferrari F12 Stallion by Mansory appears at Geneva Motor Show
There is a space in the halls of the Geneva Motor Show dedicated to companies of processing and space dedicated to tuning which never fails to attract the attention of visitors. Among the trainers displaying their latest creations in terms of GT, Mansory presented the process based Ferrari F12 Stallion with the Berlinetta front engine previewed officially in Geneva exactly 12 months ago. In 2013 it returns wearing a new dress with a certain amount of more power. The work of the Bavarian tuner that specializes on highend GT and supercars is reminiscent of the “classic” tuning styles used in Germany. Aerodynamic bodykit, eye catching aspect of the body, a process to mechatronics and an eye to the passenger compartment.
Ferrari F12 Stallion face
Ferrari F12 Stallion side
The bodywork of the Ferrari F12 Stallion by Mansory received an aerodynamic kit consisting of a new front bumper with a more pronounced lower spoiler with large air intakes and new downforce, bonnet of the new design with accent carbon fiber and at the rear a new wing with lower diffuser which encloses a pair of oval profile tailpipes.
Ferrari F12 Stallion front
Ferrari F12 Stallion rear
The wheels have been revisited now fitted with a set of 5 spoke wheels 21″ front and 22″ at the rear with respectively 255/30 R21 and 355/25 R22. Under the hood of the F12 Berlinetta Stallion the 6.3 liter V12 of 740 hp and 690 Nm of torque has received a remapping of the ECU unit and a new exhaust system which was specially developed. Therefore there’s no distortion to the precious architecture of the Maranello V12, only a setup that has resulted in an output of 775 hp and 725 Nm of torque.
Ferrari F12 Stallion steering wheel
Ferrari F12 Stallion seats
Less convincing from the point of view of visual impact is the care Mansory for the passenger compartment in which stands a striking alternation of red and black that accompany the aluminum pedals and the illuminated sill.
Ferrari F12 Stallion seat material
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