Mansory Siracusa Unveiled in Geneva

Mansory Siracusa 4 Mansory Siracusa Unveiled in Geneva

Mansory Siracusa Mansory Siracusa Unveiled in Geneva

Mansory Siracusa 3 Mansory Siracusa Unveiled in Geneva

Based on the Ferrari 458 Italia the Siracusa has been manufactured. Siracusa is headed towards Geneva with the help of Tuner Mansory. Mansory Siracusa named after the historical race track of Sicily goes one step ahead of Ferrari by using carbon very elaborately. Most of the body components are made of this light body material. The new bonnet, rear window, the rear skirt, side skirt and the front air inlets for the front coolers see an extensive use of carbon.

With 560Nm of torque and 434kw or 590ps the vehicle has a power upgrade too. In 3.2seconds the Siracusa reaches 0-100km/hr. The top speed of Siracusa is 205mph or 330km/hr. Four sport shock absorbers are fitted to the suspension by Mansory. The forged rims on the 9×20 inch and 11×21 inch wheels along with Michelin PS2 tyres measuring 305/30ZR21 for the rear and 245/35ZR20 for the front tyres are wrapped securely. The handiwork is strewn all over the interior including the sport steering wheel, aluminum pedals, the center console and the full sized airbag. Some high class tough material is used in the interiors like Suede, leather and carbon. The leather used is soft to the feel but with high endurable texture.

The centre of gravity is lowered in this new model and the weight being reduced the Mansor Siracusa is consuming less power taking it towards being more eco friendly. The aerodynamic design of the body and the various components being fitted into the vehicle in the correct proportion give the customer a better ride. The black and yellow colour combination both in the interior and exterior as well as the central locking system makes the car not only attractive to look at but safe too. The luxurious and stylish looking Mansor Siracusa along with the reduced weight will be the centre of attraction at the Geneva Motor Show.

–Kreation Guru


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