Whenever German tuning brand Mansory touches a vehicle, they never exercise restraint. In fact, if the tune isn't insane enough, it probably wasn't done by Mansory. Whether it's something as graceful as a Mercedes S-Class or as brash as a Lamborghini Urus, you'll be guaranteed a souped-up vehicle that will always draw plenty of attention. Just recently, Mansory unveiled the new Ferrari SF90 Spider-based Tempesta Celeste, a follow-up from the first Mansory's F9XX Package on the SF90 Stradale.
Forged Carbon Is The Flavor Of The Day
Kicking things off with the exterior, the Mansory F9XX Spider features similarly extreme upgrades as its coupe version. This begins with every single carbon fiber component being swapped for forged carbon ones. This starts with the new front bumper with enlarged air intakes for better cooling, and this is complemented by a new forged carbon front lip for added downforce. Even the hood and front fenders are also new. The front fenders now contain vents above the wheels to reduce air turbulence, and these are connected on both sides visually by a forged carbon trim piece.
At the sides, the F9XX Spider comes with new rocker panels with extended side skirts--likewise made out of forged carbon. Moving towards the rear Mansory has given the F9XX Spider a new rear bumper with a taller integrated spoiler and another secondary spoiler just above the taillights. The F9XX Spider also gains an extra pair of exhausts as well as a very aggressive forged carbon rear diffuser. Topping the external upgrades off is a set of single-piece, ultra-light forged YT.5 Air wheels, which measure 9.5x21 at the front and 12x22 at the rear.
Despite being one of the best Ferraris ever, Mansory obviously didn't leave the SF90 Spider's interior untouched. In its transformation into a F9XX Spider, all of the upholstery has been swapped into Mansory's own leather, which in this car's case is finished in a baby blue scheme that mimics the exterior. The steering wheel is also made out of carbon fiber and the same leather material found across the cabin, while most of the Ferrari logos have been swapped out for Mansory badging. Of course, it wouldn't be a Mansory job if it didn't come with loads of carbon fiber trim pieces as well.
Because 769 Horsepower From The Twin-Turbo V-8 Still Isn't Good Enough
When the SF90 first debuted, it immediately became Ferrari's most powerful production car to date and also their first plug-in hybrid supercar. It had a total system output of 769 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque from a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 combined with the three electric motors, you have a total system output of 986 horsepower. The system sends power to all four wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic, which is enough for a 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint time of just 2.5 seconds and a 211-mph top speed.
Obviously, as with Mansory's ethos of making everything insane, they weren't satisfied with these numbers. Through a simple ECU tune, the gas engine now produces 980 horsepower and 722 pound-feet of torque. Combined with the three electric motors, which are actually unchanged, the total system output is now at 1,100 horsepower. This also reduces its 0-62 mph time to just 2.4 seconds, while its top speed has been raised to 220 mph.
Only Three Will Be Made By Mansory
Mansory, however, hasn't revealed pricing for the F9XX Spider, but if you have to ask, you probably couldn't afford it. A standard SF90 these days cost in excess of $700,000, so this one from Mansory is undoubtedly going to be more. Mansory is releasing this as a "one-off" with just three examples being heavily personalized to the customer's wants. So, if you want a Ferrari SF90 but wanted to stand out even more as well as have the attention all to yourself, then this Mansory F9XX Spider could have fit the bill just right.