Ferrari F12berlinetta Gets A Cool Aggressive Body Kit
Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic or Carbon Fiber Panels for the F12berlinetta
Not so long ago, Ferrari and its cars were sorts of deities in the world of cars. No one had the courage to tinker with them or to upgrade them (ok, some did try). Then, capitalism produced a whole bunch of new millionaires and all of them wanted to drive a cool car. Since its tough to get much cooler than a Ferrari, we ended up with many unique variations for the sake of individuality. So, today, Ferrari produces more than 7,000 units per year and many customers set out to modify them. Including the mighty F12berlinetta. We admit that some people modify them in a good way.
I will leave it up to you to decide if this Ferrari F12berlinetta with an aggressive body kit is a do or a don’t.
Limited only to 15 units, the body kit envisioned by Duke Dynamics chief designer Marius Dumitrascu consists of 21 unique pieces. Buyers will be able to improve the car with a whole swath of additions including:
- a new front splitter,
- a revised grille,
- a wider front bumper,
- a ventilated hood,
- extended front fenders,
- new side skirts,
- a new rear bumper,
- extended rear fenders,
- a large wing.
Of course, the whole program offers much more in terms of additions giving the F12berlinetta a chance to distance itself from puny stock Ferraris. And it will do so with the help of massive 21-inch and 22-inch wheels with tires measuring 255/30 at the front end and 335/25 at the rear.
Ferrari F12berlinettta Stock 730 hp Engine is Powerful Enough
The styling treatment is the only modification Duke Dynamics offers. No one will be exactly disappointed as the car still features a 6.3-liter V12 with 731 hp and 508 lb-ft of torque. It can reach 62 mph in 3.1 seconds and top out at more than 210 mph. Quite a performer.
As for the body kit, Duke Dynamics will charge from $22,000 to $37,000 depending on the building material. You’ve guessed it – fiberglass reinforced plastic or carbon fiber.