The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano has been given a new and more thorough upgrade package by Anderson Germany.
Anderson Germany's quest for perfection on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano continues, this time with a more thorough aftermarket program. The tuning company's latest foray into an aftermarket program for the Italian supercar reminds me of something my high school football coach used to say and was recently picked up by Ray Lewis during last weekend's game vs. San Francisco, "Hunt. Hunt. Hunt. Don't stop huntin' til you got 'em on your wall!"
Hunt they did, and what they brought back was a murdered-out aerodynamic carbon fiber body kit. The lightweight kit includes new front bumper hang-on parts, door sills and handles, a rear bumper with diffuser, new side skirts and side mirrors. It sits on a set of 21-inch black wheels with red trim and brake calipers. In terms of power, the 599 GTB Fiorano gets a solid boost to its 6.0-liter V12 engine. Total output is measured at 674hp, which is markedly better than the stock's 612hp. This was achieved in part through the use of a sport exhaust system and modified ECU software. It can hit 0-62mph in just over 3 seconds.
Anderson Germany didn't forget about the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano's interior, giving it quilted red leather and black carbon leather with contrasting dark red stitching. The German tuning company has yet to reveal pricing information for their second aftermarket program for the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano.