Tuned To Perfection
The day you first added Baconnaise to your Bacon-and-Bleu-Cheese Stuffed Hamburger, you proved that no matter how perfect something may seem, it IS possible to make it even better. And the American tuner company Vorsteiner proves it once again, with the Ferrari 599-VX Coupe. The new Coupe borrows elements from the 599 GTB Fiorano, 599 GTO and 599 XX, and boasts a host of aerodynamic improvements, like using an eight-piece body kit entirely made of carbon fiber, which shaves off 70% of its weight, and a brand new set of lightweight wheels made of aircraft-grade aluminum to boot. Its sexy new silhouette also includes a new front and rear bumper fascia, an integrated chin spoiler, a new bonnet with carbon fiber vents, and a stainless steel race exhaust system with brushed tips. Under the hood, you’ll find the 599’s 670 hp V12 engine. No schmear of Baconnaise needed here. Well, it probably couldn’t hurt.