The German tuning company called Vorsteiner has released more images with the impressive modified Ferrari 599, which has received several interesting upgrades.
The Ferrari 599 may have been replaced just last year, during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, by the newer and more impressive F12 Berlinetta, but that doesn’t mean that this is a vehicle good for the scrap yard and to prove that the 599 still has what it takes to play with the big boys, the aftermarket specialists at Vorsteiner have decided to upgrade such a model.
The Italian supercar in question has been fitted with the so-called VX Kit and the tuning company is referring to the model as the 599VX. From the many modifications, we can definitely mention the carbon fiber hood, with additional air vents, with a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber side skirts, a new rear bumper, a center-mounted dual exhaust system, inspired from the track-only 599XX, a carbon fiber rear diffuser, a carbon fiber decklid spoiler and much more.
The modification wouldn’t be enough if Vorsteiner didn’t fit new wheels to the 599VX, forge Monoblock in this case. No significant technical upgrades have been made to the model, except for the custom exhaust system, which can also be offered in titanium and stainless steel. No pricing details have been announced either.