Only 15 will be available.
Once the fastest Ferrari road car ever made, the F12 Berlinetta finished production this year, and has since been replaced by the 812 Superfast. But that hasn't stopped aftermarket tuners from trying to spice up the already-aggressive prancing horse. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Duke Dynamics is one such company. After working on luxury BMWs, the Canadian tuner revealed a surprisingly stylish body kit for the Lamborghini Huracan, and now it's produced a new fetching styling kit for the F12.
Shown in a series of renders, Duke Dynamics' Ferrari F12 widebody kit follows a similar template as the Huracan's. The front splitter features new air intakes and additional vents on the hood, giving the supercar a more aggressive look. Elsewhere, the F12 has been fitted with new side skirts, and rear wheel arch gills, as well as a huge rear wing and diffuser. The supercar rides on 21-inch front wheels and 22-inch rear wheels, and the ride height has been lowered by 40 mm. According to Duke Dynamics, the body kit was designed using the latest 3D scanning technology, and comprises of 21 pieces made from pre-preg carbon fiber, available with glossy and matte finishes.
Only 15 kits will be available worldwide priced from $22,000 to $37,000 depending on if you choose FRP or carbon fiber as a material. Unlike some aftermarket tuning jobs, the F12's widebody kit flows seamlessly with the shape of the car so it doesn't look too tacky, but it's not quite as extreme as the F12 upgrade package offered by Novitech Rosso.