When it comes to the tuning scene, we can’t think of a more controversial aftermarket specialist than Mansory. It has some of the oddest buildings in the business, catering to a particular crowd seeking eccentric designs. We thought the Ferrari Monza SP2 was an odd speedster from the start, but one of the owners decided to revamp it to include a red exhaust tip among other details.
The roofless Italian stallion signifies the new Mansory Bespoke program tailored to exclusive cars made in limited numbers. Ferrari only made 499 units of the Monza SP1 and SP2, with this being a more “practical” car with a passenger seat. For this project, the tuner combined the main Rosso Corsa color with black stripes and carbon fiber trim as part of the aerodynamic package.
The customer wanted an asymmetrical design and asked Mansory to paint the driver’s side butt black. The seats themselves are also black, complete with flashy red seat belts. Those red accents have been used in the oddest of places, such as on the two carbon fiber side mirror cap fins as well as the front air intakes and rear diffuser.
Off to the OEM wheels as the tuner opted for its own lightweight forged set measuring 21 inches up front and 22 inches for the rear with 275/30 ZR21 and 335/25 ZR22 tires, respectively. The one at the rear received a V12 power boost as Mansory updated its naturally aspirated 6.5-liter unit. It now produces a colossal 830 hp and 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) after installing a new exhaust system and upgraded air intake.
It goes without saying that the custom project could also easily be adapted for the single-seat Monza SP1 as it is essentially the same car but with side panel covers where you will find the passenger seat on the SP2. With the Mansory Bespoke program, the tuner says that there are no limits when it comes to personalizing your limited car as there are almost endless customization possibilities.