Mansory Strikes Again: Meet the Controversial Mansory Stallone Tempesta Nera Verde, a Modified Ferrari 812 GTS
Mansory, the notorious vehicle tuner known for its extreme modifications, has once again grabbed headlines with its latest project. This time, their target was the stunning Ferrari 812 GTS, which has undergone a series of controversial upgrades and now bears the name “Stallone Tempesta Nera Verde.”
The first thing that catches your attention is the striking two-tone paint finish that combines black and teal shades. But let’s be clear, this is not a mere wrap – Mansory has actually painted the car like this. The result is a visually polarizing appearance that is sure to turn heads, albeit not always in a positive way. To make things even more eye-catching, the Italian flag motif adorns the entire length of the car, from the front to the rear.
In addition to the bold exterior color scheme, this Mansory-modified Ferrari 812 GTS features a custom body kit that further enhances its aggressive looks. The kit includes additions such as front bumper side canards, an apron, side skirt attachments, a large rear wing, diffuser, and a new hood. These elements contribute to the exaggerated aesthetic of the Italian supercar, which rides on different wheels and features new logos.
But the modifications don’t stop there. Step inside the cabin, and you’ll find an interior that is just as bold and unique as the exterior. Mansory has adorned most of the touchable surfaces with fine leather upholstery in a teal hue. The Italian flag theme continues inside, with the flag being prominently displayed on the central armrest, headliner, paddle shifters, and other components. Additionally, white piping accents the interior, along with the customary carbon fiber inserts and Mansory’s logo replacing the iconic Prancing Horse emblem on the steering wheel.
While the controversial styling choices might be Mansory’s forte, they haven’t neglected the performance aspect of the Ferrari 812 GTS. The tuner claims to have boosted the power output of the already potent vehicle to a staggering 830 PS (818 HP/610 kW) and 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) of torque. With this upgrade, the Stallone Tempesta Nera Verde can achieve a blistering 0-100 kph (0-62 mph) sprint in just 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 345 kph (214 mph). These performance figures bring it on par with the 812 Competizione, which has identical power and a maximum speed of 340 kph (211 mph).
Comparing these numbers with the stock Ferrari 812 GTS, we can see that the Mansory version shaves two-tenths of a second off the 0-100 kph time and slightly exceeds the top speed. The standard 812 GTS is equipped with a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine producing 800 PS (789 HP/588 kW) and 718 Nm (530 lb-ft) of torque. It comes with a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmission, rear-wheel drive, and returns a fuel consumption of 16.4 l/100 km (14.3 US mpg).
As we wrap up this story, it is worth mentioning that Ferrari is already working on the successor to the 812 series. Although details about the upcoming model are limited, it is expected to feature a V12 powertrain. Speculations regarding the use of electric assistance and the power output are yet to be confirmed. Some insiders suggest that the new supercar could be unveiled sometime in 2024.
Love it or hate it, the Mansory Stallone Tempesta Nera Verde undoubtedly makes a bold statement. This modified Ferrari 812 GTS accentuates the line between admiration and controversy, further cementing Mansory’s reputation as a tuner that pushes boundaries.