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Ferrari 458 Spider Monaco Edition

Submitted by on May 17, 2012 – 12:32 pmNo Comment

Mansory has revealed their tuning package for the Ferrari 458 spider, dubbed the Mansory Monaco Edition, only three examples of this 458 Spider will be sold and it’s basically the same Siracusa 458 package which was revealed in Geneva earlier this year.

The bodywork is completely made of carbon fiber. It consists of a restyled front apron with air inlets for the front coolers, a new bonnet, and side skirts with integrated ducts to feed even more cooling air to the engine. At the back is a rear skirt with integrated diffuser and a rear wing. Carbon blades replace the rear window and the total weight-savings, thanks to the use of carbon fiber, is 60 kg (132 lbs).

Engine performance upgrades includes a reprogrammed ECU, sports air filer and sport exhaust which translates into 590 HP (434 kW / 582 bhp) and 560 Nm (413 lb-ft) of torque. 0 to 100 km/h takes place in 3.2 seconds and top speed is 330 km/h (205 mph).

Chassis improvements feature new shock absorbers and 20mm lowering springs while Mansory offers forged rims with central locking in 9×11 and 11×21 dimensions with Michelin PS2 tires in 245/35ZR-20 and 305/30ZR-21 sizes.

Mansory is known to offer extroverted interiors and the Monaco Edition is no exception. It features leather and Alcantara trimmed in a red and white diamond theme which are the colors of the principality.

Source: worldcarfans

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