Ferrari Monza SP2 shines with impressive chassis and power upgrades from Mansory

Mansory has launched one of its latest creations, the Ferrari Monza SP2, with a package of visual modifications to the exterior, and a further boost to the supercar's power. She looks even more radiant in a number of photos taken recently in the United Arab Emirates.


Ferrari Monza SP2 shines
Ferrari Monza SP2 



The upgrades were likely commissioned by one of her wealthy clients. Modifications include front bumper extensions, new side skirts, and a massive diffuser that's complemented by a Formula 1-style brake light in the center.


The upgrades were likely commissioned by one of her wealthy clients. Modifications include front bumper extensions, new side skirts, and a massive diffuser that's complemented by a Formula 1-style brake light in the center.


The exterior is painted red, with glossy black accents with a touch of red as well.


The black and red tailpipes are part of the aftermarket exhaust system, which, along with revised electronics, contribute to the increased power.


The tuner has boosted the Ferrari Monza SP2 from 799 hp (810 hp/596 kW) and (719 Nm) of torque to 818 hp (830 hp/610 kW) and torque (740 Nm).


Power comes from a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.





  • The Ferrari Monza SP2 accelerates from 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.9 seconds.


  • While it needs 7.9 seconds to go from 0 to 124 mph (0-200 km/h), and a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).


  • Average fuel economy is rated at 14.6 mpg-US (16.1 L/100km), and emits 366g/km CO2.


  • Performance aside, the Italian supercar has a new set of wheels, dubbed YT.5 Air, and measures 9.5 x 21 inches at the front and 12 x 22 inches at the rear. It is made of carbon fiber.


  • The wheels have an intricate, more aerodynamic design, and in this case, they spin around a set of yellow brake calipers, emblazoned with Ferrari's trademark.


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