There’s nothing subtle about the new Mansory Ferrari 812 ‘Stallone Tempesta Nera’

Published on Oct 24, 2022 at 12:21 PM (UTC+4)
by Alessandro Renesis

Last updated on Oct 24, 2022 at 12:25 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

There’s nothing subtle about the new Mansory Ferrari 812 ‘Stallone Tempesta Nera’

There is absolutely nothing subtle about the new Ferrari 812 by Mansory, starting with the name.

It is called the ‘Stallone Tempesta Nera’, which is Italian for ‘Black Thunder Stallion‘.

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The German tuning company went all out on this one.

For starters, Mansory got rid of the original bumpers and replaced them with much larger ones, with larger air intakes.

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After that, it fitted new winglets, new side sills and side skirts and the inevitable massive wing at the rear.

Speaking of the rear section, there’s also a new (much bigger) splitter and carbon tailpipes.

Mansory painted the brake calipers in an Italian flag color scheme to complete the package.

The paint is actually quite nice.

Striking, to say the least.

It combines black and dark red at the front, and then two colors blend at the rear with a beautiful gradient effect.

The same two-tone color combo was used for the interior, with thick read leather and carbon elements.

Carbon fiber was used for the steering wheel, the dashboard and the oversized paddle shifters.

Mansory said the Stallone Tempesta Nera is now more powerful than the standard 812, even though the company didn’t actually explain how it has modified car’s performance.

It doesn’t really matter, though.

Because we know that the 6.5-liter V12 is now delivering 818 hp, giving the car a 0-60 time of just 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 214 mph.

It sounds good enough to us.

But here’s the catch: there’s only one.

This is a one-off, and it’s actually unclear whether Mansory intends to sell it or just keep it as a show car.

Either way, considering the price of a brand-new Ferrari 812 and the modifications, you’re looking at $1m or more.


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