The biggest nod from the Celeste, goes to the Enzo-based FXX, with very familiar-looking flanking wing elements near-identical in style to Ferrari’s V12-engined track weapon from 2006. You might have guessed there’d be a bit of FXX from the F9XX name, even before looking at it. On the coupe, the wing is width-spanning, similar to the FXXK.
The wheels? Honestly, these 21- and 22-inch items are actually fairly on-trend in terms of what the hypercar boutique is putting out anyway, with the partial wheel cover style seen on the Mercedes-AMG One, Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport and more. Dare we say, we don’t hate the wheels.
Truthfully, altogether? This is a Frankenstein’s monster of a car that, even at a completely legitimate business transaction on an unpaved Bolivian airstrip, will look a bit over the top.
What about performance, then? The SF90 is famously a car not wanting for poke but Mansory has seen fit to juice it a bit anyway, if only a bit. The number is 1,100PS (805kW), or roughly 100PS up on the standard car’s already ample 1,000PS, via the ‘Mansory Performance PowerBox’. That probably makes this the most subtle modification on the F9XX Tempesta Celeste. Top speed is a claimed 220mph and we’d love to see how a lot of the aero treatment fares at that speed. In the Grands Prix d’Oligarch’s nuclear bunker, it’ll crack 62mph in 2.4 seconds.