A heavily upgraded version of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta costs a lot of moneyApril 10, 2020
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is arguably one of the most beautiful models of the Italian brand that it has ever produced. And this particular instance of a supercar that can be bought at auction in the US makes this model even more elegant.
This F12 Berlinetta was originally built for the SEMA Show last year. The guys from Creative Bespoke studio worked on the machine. Vehicle modifications reportedly exceed the total amount of $ 125,000, while asking for $ 329,800 for the car itself, which roughly corresponds to the cost of the new Ferrari 812 Superfast.
In particular, the Italian “stallion” received a complete aerodynamic body kit made of carbon fiber from the company Duke Dynamics. The kit includes not only flared front and rear wheel arches, but also comes with a new front bumper and an expanded splitter, a new hood, carbon fiber inserts behind the front wheels and a formidable rear diffuser, and by no means a rather big wing.
The car also received a set of Komperession Luxury forged wheels, as well as a suspension from Novitec studio. The body was repainted in the shade of Alluminio Opaco, which is an extremely rare color from Ferrari itself.
The 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine of the car also received an upgrade and now produces 800 hp. This engine continues to operate with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox that drives the rear wheels. The regular exhaust system was replaced with a more efficient one, downpipes, collectors, X-shaped pipes were installed. The tuners separately note that now the car exhaust sounds even more formidable.
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