Despite the fact that is a special car, with a special design, many tuning companies like Mansory or Dartz want to leave their unique mark on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. Following the line, Vörsteiner tried to let their touch on this car and succeeded. About a week ago we showed you a preview of this car and told you that this package is set to be unveiled shortly. Well, it was unveiled at at this year’s Concorso Italiano.
Known as being a German aftermarket firm, which makes body kits and wheel upgrades for a variety of vehicles, particularly Bentleys, Mercedes, Porsches and BMWs, Vörsteiner felt the Ferrari 599 GTB didn’t look aggressive enough and developed a body kit for the standard 599 GTB Fiorano to make the car look more like its track-going brother. The result is the Vörsteiner Ferrari 599-VX.
They called the new car “599-VX”, a beauty which imbues the 599 GTB with some of the visual aggression of the 599 GTO and 599XX. This new tuning pack for 599 GTB from Vörsteiner includes an eight-piece body kit with a new front end, hood, rear deck lid, side skirts, rear intake panel and rear bumper with integrated diffuser, all made of carbon fiber for maximum strength and minimum weight. In addition comes a set of lightweight wheels forged from aircraft-grade aluminum. Everything is finished off with a beautiful matte white vinyl wrap from 3M.
As a reminder, in standard form, the 2011 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano comes fitted with a 6.0-liter V12 engine makes 612 hp and 448 lbs-ft of torque and with two transmissions options: a 6-speed manual, or a 6-speed automated manual with F1 Superfast steering column-mounted shift paddles that allow for extremely quick gear changes.
So far no details about pricing were released, but stay tuned for more details.