This featured Mansory Siracusa is a suuped-up version of Robb Report’s car of the year, the Ferrari 458 Italia. The Siracusa was recently revealed at the mega car show in Geneva. The Mansory Siracusa is named after a town in Sicily and its infamous racetrack. Ferrari already clad the original 458 Italia with plenty of carbon components, but Masonry took it a few steps further and now the entire car is almost 100% of the expensive lightweight material.
The top speed of the upgraded prancing horse is an astounding 205 mph. Other additional upgrades include carbon blades to replace the rear windshield, with leather, suede and carbon interior canvases. The owner of the Masonry Siracusa will be the envy of the Ferrari world as his car will be the hottest and one of the fastest production autos on the streets today.
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