A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

Discontent with just one assault on visual acuity, Mansory also unleashed the Siracusa, which wraps the slightly-tweaked guts of a Ferrari 458 Italia in a carbon-fiber puff pastry painted a color I call radioactive urine. What has been seen cannot be unseen.

Seriously, Mansory? We're not arguing with the right to bump the Italia up 20 hp to 590 hp, or try to lighten the whole affair with an all carbon-fiber body panel. What does seem strange is giving a 21st century supercar enough louvers to stock a Blinds-To-Go franchise. Scoop for yourself in the gallery.

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa

A good Ferrari 458 died to make the Mansory Siracusa