German sports and luxury car tuner Mansory has prepared many new models for this week's Geneva International Auto Salon, including its first take on the Ferrari F12berlinetta, which it calls the Stallone.
The refinement program begins with the Ferrari model's bodywork that gains newly designed bonnet and bumpers, plus an array of carbon-fibre aero and purely cosmetic parts, such as the front lip and boot lid spoilers, side skirts, rear diffuser, mirror caps and headlamps.
The finishing touch comes via a new set of alloy wheels size 21-inches in 255/30 tires up front, and 22-inches in tires 355/25 at the back.
The customization continues inside where Mansory re-dressed the entire cabin in red and black leather and Alcantara surfaces, while also designing a new flat-bottom steering wheel and adding carbon fibre trims, aluminium pedals and illuminated door sill trims.
As for the performance upgrades, the German aftermarket brand's engineers developed a power kit comprising a modified ECU together with a sports exhaust system, which both help to increases the 6.0-liter V12 engine's output from from 730hp (740PS) to 764hp (775PS) and peak torque from 690Nm (509 lb-ft) to 725Nm (535 lb-ft).