Ferrari SF90 Spider gets a 1,100-PS Mansory rendition
Seven months ago, Mansory dialed a Ferrari SF90 Coupe up to eleven with its extreme styling antics (watch the video for details), and now, it has followed up with a somewhat comparable makeover of the Spider version.
The project is called Tempesta Celeste (“heavenly storm”) and is as controversial as they get. The original design barely shines through all the added bits – there is literally not a single body panel in sight that hasn’t been amended, expanded, pimped out or otherwise redesigned in some way. The whole looks aggressive to the point of violence, particularly because the body is finished in a tame pale blue and the kit flaunts a forged carbon look. The contrast between the two is kind of sporty, but good luck recognizing an SF90 somewhere down there.
The twin-turbo V8 situate between the axles has been boosted to match the appearance. It now pushes out 980 PS (967 hp / 721 kW) and 980 Nm (723 lb-ft) of torque. With three electric motors assisting it, the combined output makes 1,100 PS (1,085 hp / 809 kW). The hypercar darts from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.4 seconds and continues accelerating until 355 km/h (220 mph) – that’s one fast way to lose your hairdo or, if not careful, your head.
Only three such Spiders will be made by Mansory, each given a “1 of 1” badge. The tuner argues that the scope of customization performed on each example justifies it.
As you would expect, the Internet is divided on this one. Some praise the genius of Mansory while others come up with hurtful epithets like “Ferrari jogging sneaker” or “cheap Honda on steroids”. What’s your take?
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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