Back in 2008, German tuning extraordinaire, Mansory, took to the Geneva Motor Show with a spectacular package for the Ferrari 599 Fiorano called the Stallone . This package came baring 720 HP and a number of weight saving upgrades for spectacular performance. At the time, anyone would have been crazy to suggest to Mansory that the Stallone was not complete, but after three years and a couple of debuts, one guy thinks he knows just what the Ferrari needs to finish its look.

The brains behind the Stallone makeover is a TeamSpeed forum member and car enthusiast who feels that a matte red paint job, an updated interior, and possibly an extra engine/software upgrade or two would complete the package. At his request, Mansory prepared this one-off edition Stallone and the result is the beautiful machine seen in these pictures.

For the transformation, the forum member took inspiration from the 599XX and the 599 GTO , both revealed after the original Stallone package. The new Stallone’s interior, covered in Alcantara, was taken from the GTO, while the special shark wings on both sides of the car came from the 599XX. Next to these additions, the Matte Red Stallone also received a new rear with an integrated diffuser and new side skirts.

Mechanically speaking, Mansory tweaked the V12 engine by adding a new exhaust system, improved cats, and a remap of the ECU. These additions were then combined with a lowered suspension. All we need to hear now is the final output.

Source: TeamSpeed

Mansory typically provides its customers with some pretty cool tuning packages for their sports cars, but now the tuner has revealed a limited edition watch to add to their customers’ wish lists. Only 50 units of chronograph will be offered, and each of them will carry a price tag of € 8,900 (approx. $13,000 at the current exchange rates).

Kourosh Mansory, CEO of the Mansory said: "The co-operation with GRAHAM-LONDON derives from my long-term friendship with Eric Loth, founder and board member of GRAHAM-LONDON. His passion for dynamic automobiles and my enthusiasm for high-quality chronographs are perfectly combined. The GRAHAM MANSORY Chronofighter Oversize confirms this in a very impressive way."

The watch’s dial is made of carbon, a material typically used for sports cars. It also features a smoked see-through sapphire crystal with Mansory logo that provides an inside look to the clockwork Calibre G1734 with 48 hours power reserve. The black rubber strap is "Clous de Paris" and is decorated and adorned with the Graham and Mansory logos.

Luxury tuner, Mansory , arrived at the Geneva Motor Show with vehicles such as the Siracusa and the Cormeum , two heavily modified sports cars based on theFerrari 458 Italia and the Mercedes SLS AMG . However, what they didn’t display was their upcoming tuning package based on the new generation BMW 7-Series. The most powerful 7-series available - the 760Li - to be exact received a rather impressive update, as did the 750i package.

The aerodynamics kit includes a new front bumper, LED daytime running lights, a new carbon radiator grill, roof spoiler, rear rim, and rear apron. There is also a new sports exhaust system with stainless steel end mufflers and rectangular end pipes perfectly integrated into the newly designed rear section. After that, the only thing left to do was add on a new set of 22" wheels.

As for the engine update, the 750i has been tweaked to deliver up to 490 HP (up from 400 HP), while the 760Li is now capable of 640 HP (up from 544 HP). As a result, the 760Li will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in only 4.2 seconds - 0.4 seconds faster than its serial counterpart.

Typically, a sports car zooming past you in a bumblebee-type yellow attracts more attention than Charlie Sheen at a porn star convention. Now looking at the Ferrari 458 Italia in all of its pure awesomeness, one would think that same idea would apply. However, Mansory has shown us that this indeed isn’t the case with their new 458 Italia tuning package called the Mansory Siracusa, revealed at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

In what seems to be an effort to douse the Ferrari in a color that resembles alien vomit, Mansory has chosen a yellow and black color scheme for the exterior and interior of the vehicle. Then the tuner attached an outrageous bodykit turning the beautiful 458 into a reject getaway car for our green, out-of-this-world friends.

One of the few redeeming qualities of the Mansory Siracusa is the insane weight reduction attained thanks to the abundant use of carbon fiber. Each single element of the aerodynamic design is manufactured in perfect surface quality and exactly fitted to the automobile. You can only imagine what that does to the power output. This is the place where the Mansory Siracusa wins us over, albeit with our eyes closed.

UPDATE 03/04/2011: Don’t like the strange yellow covering up the Mansory Siracusa? Well, one of our readers agreed and has offered it up in a tasty red. Check it out after the jump!

A big thanks to reader, Apackofweasels!

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The first Mercedes SLS AMG to receive a makeover for Geneva was the "Hamann Hawk" by none other than Hamann. Dressed up in a prissy Everose Gold, this tuning package for the SLS model received a power boost up to 636hp. This is all fine and dandy, but it’s time for the Hamann Hawk to meet the more sinister side of the Mercedes SLS AMG. It’s time for the "Cormeum" by Mansory to take its place in the winner’s circle.

The first thing anyone will notice on the made over SLS AMG is the intense use of carbon fiber and the aggressive body kit attached to it, but under the hood there is a small can of whoop-ass just waiting to be opened. Engine updates come in the form of a power boost to 660hp, with an 800hp package currently in the works.

Hit the jump to read more about the Mansory Cormeum Mercedes SLS AMG.

Everyone in the auto industry is anxiously awaiting the Geneva Motor Show due to the growing number of cool cars and concepts being displayed for the approval of the beauty- and function-seeking car aficionados everywhere. One of the cars waiting for its time to shine is a unique vehicle that will surely steal the spotlight from all of the other cars on the show floor. No, we are not talking about another special edition from Lotus or the expected Evora facelift, but a - dare we say - tuned-up version of the Lotus Evora . The lucky one chosen to perform such a never-before-seen feat is the well-known and extravagant tuning firm, Mansory .

There was no way Lotus or Mansory were going to allow any official details to be leaked out ahead of the Geneva debut, but what they did provide is a couple of images that reveal a carbon fiber extravaganza. Not only is there a carbon fiber hood, a new front bumper with carbon fiber air inlays, new side skirts, and a carbon fiber rear diffuser, but there are also carbon fiber exterior mirrors, a carbon fiber rear wing, and a new set of wheels rounding off the the look.

What’s hiding under the hood is still unknown in our part of the world so we’ll just have to wait and see what’s in store for all of us when the Geneva show doors open. In the teaser press release provided, Lotus says that this project is "merely the first toe in the water and a showcase of the potential future." Well, Lotus, consider our interest piqued. Just make sure you’ve got something under that hood that is worthy of such a dramatic preview. We’d hate to be as disappointed in Lotus’ future as we were with the new Ferrari FF .

The tuning packages for the Porsche Cayenne just keep piling on, don’t they? Just a couple of days ago, Lumma Design revealed their CLR 558 GT based on the SUV and now Mansory has released their new tuning kit for the Cayenne. The new package includes aerodynamic updates, ultra-light aluminum rims, and powerful engine enhancements.

The aerodynamic package includes plenty of carbon fiber add-ons such as front and rear aprons, side skirts, bonnet, and mudguards. The package also includes large air inlets to provide plenty of fresh air for the Cayenne’s 4.8 liter turbo engine. The car sits on fully forged 10x22 inch mono block rims in turbine design.

That 4.8L turbo will also be getting an upgrade thanks to larger turbo chargers and a stainless steel sports exhaust system. Mansory’s additions allow the Cayenne to deliver a total of 690 HP and 800 Nm at 4,800 r.p.m. With these new numbers, the Cayenne will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in only 4.4 seconds and will reach a top speed of 186 mph.

Mansory is a tuner usual known for their impressive tuning packages for sports car models. But this time they turned their attention to a model a little bit more unusual, for them at least: the Mercedes G-Class . While there are no changes made under the hood, Mansory focused on improving the car’s ride comfort that ha always been a problem.

For that the tuner added a new suspension which is electronically adjustable from the cockpit, with two different characteristic shock absorber curves. After fitting, the shock absorbers can be readjusted from the interior of the car for use on tough terrain or for a comfortable drive on metaled roads. There are extra large gas reservoirs, made from high tensile hard anodized aluminum that ensure that the pressure remains constant even at operating temperatures of over 150 °C.

Next to this improvements the car also gets a new set of light alloy wheels, and on request different interior updates.

Luxury tuner, Mansory , is taking another stab at Porsche’s odd little sedan with a new tuning package for the Porsche Panamera coming out of one of their most important dealers: Right off the bat, anyone can see that the brightest addition to the special edition Panamera Mansory Bright Yellow Edition is that luminous yellow exterior paint job, but what we can’t see without hopping in and taking it for a drive is the impressive engine update provided for the sporty sedan.

The name says it all when talking about the exterior paint color, but another notable feature is the blue carbon fiber thrown into the mix. Yellow is then brought back with the new set of wheels painted in the sunny color. Thank goodness we are not tired of that color combo just yet as the tuner has also brought the same color design to the interior. Apparently this edition was created at the request of a client who wanted a special Panamera . All we have to say is that they definitely got what they asked for, and we expect what they paid plenty for as well.

Next to the Michigan-colored paint job, the Panamera also received larger turbo chargers and a stainless steel sports exhaust system that increase the engine’s power to a total of 690 HP and 800 NM. The result is a sprint from 0 to 62 mph in only four seconds and a top speed of 203 mph.

Now that Hyundai has taken the reins from Toyota as the biggest Asian automaker in Europe, the Korean auto manufacturer is looking to build on that momentum by having the best auto tuners in the world take a stab at dressing up their vehicles.

The latest aftermarket tuner, and arguably one of the world’s biggest names in the industry, to dress up a Hyundai is Mansory , which gave the 2010 Genesis Coupe a new and pretty sleek styling kit.

Presented at the Essen Motor Show, the Mansory-dressed Genesis Coupe’s styling has been improved – and that’s saying something considering the sports coupe is already a looker in its own right.

Among the additions the tuning firm put on the Genesis Coupe include new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and even a carbon rear wing. The sportster also gets a new front spoiler lip and a rear diffuser that comes with a new hexagonal exhaust pipe that firmly entrenches the stunning new look of an already awesome-looking sports car.

Full story after the jump.

Source: Autoblog NL

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