There are plenty of tuned versions of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano out there too keep us happy for a long time. The tuning firm Graf Wecherle felt that this time it could use a new set of wheels. The new ones by the tuner take a whopping 20 days to build and they are forged from aluminum and titanium. Called the Comte Noir, "black count" in French, the wheels have a two-tone anthracite and black finish.
The wheels aren't the only focus of Wecherle. The tuner has also upgrades the 6.0-liter V12's output from 620-horsepower to 835-hp. There are no details as to how they went about doing this, but it wouldn't be surprising to learn that they consulted some experienced Ferrari tuners for help. They have also included a new coil-over suspension and adjustable shocks to go with the boost in speed.