Despite Ferrari 812 Superfast being showcased at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, it was flown under the radar. The reason being so secretive about it’s because the tuner was spotlight on other products like Bugatti Chiron. Thankfully, we get up close and personal with Ferrari 812 Superfast and came to know that it is named Stallone after visiting Mansory’s website similar to F12 Berlinette and 599 GTB. Just like any other Mansory’s job, the supercar receives a complete makeover. Exterior of the Ferrari 812 Superfast sports carbon fiber parts and can be found on front splitter and rear diffuser, side canards, fender vents, hood and rear wing.
Mansory claims that “all components fit like a glove in the Italian series design” and complemented by 9.5×21 front and 12×22 rear wheels that is wrapped in 265/30 and 335/25 tires, respectively, and lowering springs. Opening the door of the 812 Superfast, buyers would find a striking cabin that combines red and black leather with yellow piping, Alcantara and carbon fiber trim. The tuning company have also included additional stitched logos, illuminated door sills, aluminum pedals and a new steering wheel, designed especially for the 812 Superfast.
Ferrari 812 Superfast comes with an upgraded version of naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 that now offers an output of 818 horsepower and 740 Nm of torque. It is an increment of 30hp and 22 Nm of torque when compared with stock model. It is able to accelerate from 0 to 62mph in 2.9 seconds and hit the top speed of 211 mph. Do check out the attached images.