Tuning house Mansory is a luxury German company that deals with car modification.
In addition to luxury models, they also work on super cars, terrain and motorcycles. The company was founded in 1989 by Kourosh Mansory. His Munich workshop focuses on the modification of British brands such as Rolls-Royce and Italian companies such as Ferrari. At the beginning of this millennium, this tuner expanded its place of business and moved it to a new location in Fichtelgebirge. The company is currently operating from a workshop in in Brand in the vicinity of Bayreuth which is famous for its Wagner Festival, the skilled team produces high-end tuning in all disciplines of individual automobile manufacturing.
Mansory works on vehicles of various manufacturers including Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Maserati, Porsche, Lotus and Range Rover. In November 2007, the German tuner bought Porsche’s division Rinspeed AG, which also dealt exclusively with the modification of this brand model.
In order to prove their maximum commitment and expertise in their field, Mansory’s engineers have chosen a very difficult project. In fact, it’s almost impossible, because, as we all know, it’s very difficult to improve a supercar that’s so close to perfection as the Ferrari 488 GTB. Tuners such as Mansory, however, believe that this limit can be moved further.
Created by Creative Bespoke out of Scottsdale, Arizona, this 488 packs Mansory’s 4XX Sircasua package in all its carbon-fiber glory. The whole thing rides on a set of Forgiato’s Tec. 24 alloys, with red spoke inserts to match the bodywork and Pirelli P Zero rubber to keep it glued to the road.
The final product was introduced for the first time at the SEMA Auto Show and it is definitely everything but a subtle, but also who could ever say it for the Ferrari 488? When we think about whether these interventions are actually an improvement of Maranello’s design, we must bear in mind that this is completely subjective from every point of view.