In mid-October 2015 Ferrari company introduced an upgraded version of the supercar Berlinetta the F12, dubbed F12tdf. Thus by the end of November, the entire print run of 799 cars were sold out.
And now for those who wish to make a copy of a unique model, American tuners from studio Vitesse AuDessus developed for Ferrari F12tdf full carbon bodywork.
Their total will be made only five of them, with the exact cost of the project is not specified. The company’s portfolio already has a fully carbon fiber body for such machines as the Bugatti Veyron, LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, Lamborghini Aventador and others.
Usually tuners take for their work from 100,000 to 200,000 dollars, and yet they offer are made ​​of carbon fiber rims for as low as $8,875 apiece. In general, some of the future owners F12tdf worth 310,000 euro will be able to make your car more a half times more expensive.