The Land Rover specialists have turned their attention towards a powerful Ferrari.
Afzal Kahn and crew are known primarily for their work on Land Rover models, especially Range Rovers and Defenders, however that doesn't mean that they don't dabble in the occasional supercar every once in a while. We have previously seen their aftermarket programs on such high-performance models like the Aston Martin DB9 Volante, Porsche Panamera, and Ferrari names like the California and the 458 Italia, so the temptation to tune another Italian stallion never faded away.
The British tuners have tried their hand once again on a Ferrari and, more specifically, the new F12berlinneta's predecessor, the 599 GTB Fiorano. Though they shied away from touching the Italian supercar's 612 horsepower 6.0-liter V12, Kahn enhanced the engine's abilities by mating it to an improved F1 gearbox while also adding a set of carbon ceramic brakes with yellow brake calipers. The Ferrari sits on forged Kahn alloys which measure 21-inches in the front and 22-inches in the back. Kahn left the original Ferrari centers in their wheels for a bit of added style.
The 599 GTB boasts a terrific presence in its Daytona Black exterior finish while wearing its revised front and rear bumpers quite well. The interior of the Prancing Horse has been fitted with exterior-matching black electric leather sports seats. A. Khan Design's Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano shows 41,000 miles on the odometer and has had two previous owners. The model seen here is listed for £88,875 (about $139,000).