The aftermarket specialist Mansory has tuned the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta ahead of its unveiling at this week’s 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The most significant revision is a substantial boost in power through an ECU reconfiguration and the addition of a sports exhaust system. The upshot: the V12 6.2-liter engine now produces 775 horsepower and 535 lb-ft of torque, up from the standard 740 horsepower and 509 lb-ft. On the exterior front, the vehicle boasts an entirely redesigned hood, as well as a new front spoiler with special air intakes that merge seamlessly into the wing sections. Additionally, the back has a discreet rear wing and an integrated diffuser good for stabilizing the rear axle. The car rides on 21-inch wheels in the front twinned with 22-inch wheels in the back, with 255/30 R21 and 355/25 R22 tires. Inside the cabin, the interior is appointed with high quality details, including leather upholstery, visible carbon fiber applications, illuminated door sill trim, aluminum pedals and a more ergonomic steering wheel. Check out more looks in the gallery below.