German tuning company Mansory has brought 4 modified supercars at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the F12 La Revoluzione, the Carbonado, Carbonado Roadster and the McLaren 12C.
Mansory has managed to modify three of the hottest supercars of the moment, out of which two are direct competitors, the McLaren 12C and the Lamborghini Aventador and its drop-top version, the Aventador Roadster. And speaking of the Aventador and Aventador Roadster, you should know that the two models have been named the Carbonado and Carbonado Roadster.
The design of the Mansory Carbonado now includes massive air intakes, a new front spoiler, a front lip, daytime running lights, new side skirts, larger wheel arches, a rear diffuser and a rear spoiler. The 6.5 liter V12 engine has been fitted with two new Mansory turbochargers and the total output now stands at a whopping 1,250 HP, instead of the standard 700 HP and the peak torque has been limited to 900 Nm. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint takes 2.6 seconds.
The Mansory Carbonado Roadster has received the same treatment, where its 6.5 liter V12 engine has been boosted from 700 HP to 1,250 HP and the peak torque is also limited to 900 Nm. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint takes 2.6 seconds and top speed is also 380 km/h. The model in question is getting the same unique stealth look carbon fiber as its solid roof brother, along with all the other features.
The Mansory McLaren 12C also managed to attract a lot of curious eyes into the aftermarket specialists’ stand. The British supercar has received a modest power upgrade thanks to the new engine management system, sports air filter and high performance exhaust system. The total output now stands at 670 HP, compared to the standard 608 HP, and the peak torque has also increased to 675 Nm. The claimed top speed stands at 353 km/h. The most notable changes are the outlandish body kit and the bespoke body panels. Let’s not forget that appealing paint scheme either.
Last but not least, Mansory showcased the so-called F12 La Revoluzione. As you probably already guessed, the supercar a modified Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, which is coming with carbon fiber made body panels. The vehicle has also received larger turbochargers, new software for the central electronic control unit, a new exhaust system and some other tweaks. Thanks to these modifications, the total output of the 6.3 liter V12 engine now stands at 1,200 HP and 890 Nm of torque. This is enough for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint made in 2.9 seconds and a 370 km/h top speed.