Mansory has a reputation for reimagining already exclusive vehicles with plenty of panache and lots of extra power, and that’s exactly what its done with the Stallone Gran Turismo.
The high-end German automobile tuner introduced its third-generation Mansory Stallone at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The Stallone Gran Turismo is based on the Ferrari 812 Superfast.
Ferrari’s 812 Superfast is a sleek and exotic example of fine Italian craftsmanship. But Mansory’s founder Kourosh Mansory, in typically exuberant fashion, took on the vehicle’s striking aesthetic as a project for improvement.
New additions of carbon-fiber components—including a new hood, side skirts, rear wing, front spoiler, and rear fascia—contribute to the supercar’s new look.
Mansory added a sports exhaust system to the engine control unit to increase output from the 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12. This means the new Stallone is able to produce 41 more hp for a total of 830-hp and 16 more lb-ft of torque for 546 total lb-ft.
Pricing for the impressive third-generation Stallone has yet to be announced.