Tokyo tuning house reveals subtle aftermarket additions for Ferrari’s flagship supercar.
As the first few F12 Berlinettas are rolled out to customers, tuning houses across the globe are getting their oily hands on the Italian supercar to stamp their own mark on Ferrari's flagship. Tokyo-based tuner Office-K has just finished their own project that includes minimal updates for maximum effect. The first course of action was to give the Prancing Horse some new shoes, which they did with a set of Forgiato F2.14 rims staggering the fit with 21 inches up front and 22 inches at the back.
Finished in gloss black with red and carbon-fiber accents, these five-spoke alloys were originally made for the Bugatti Veyron but don't look out of place on the F12. Office-K then used a carbon-fiber wrap to accent certain areas of the V12-powered Ferrari including the rear diffuser, front air intakes, side sills and rear lights.