The limited edition Ferrari F12tdf, which will be manufactured in 799 units, can become even more exclusive with an aftermarket package.
It’s called the Vitesse AuDessus Loubutin Limited Edition. The name may remind you of a certain brand of women’s shoes, but what’s important is that it uses carbon fiber on just about every surface of the hardcore Italian supercar.
The basic choice is the carbon fiber bodywork with a red tint, while customers can opt for the lightweight material to be applied on the engine bay and the cabin, too. The wheels are also made out of carbon fiber and all this adds to a significant weight reduction of 159 kg (350 lbs) over the “regular” F12tdf.
The company behind it is called Vitesse AuDessus and you may remember it from here. It specializes in handcrafted bespoke carbon fiber parts for some of the most exclusive supercars out there and says that it will offer just five copies of its newest creation. Each comes with a 5-year warranty and future owners will be able to turn their rides stock once again by simply changing the panels.
No pricing details are available yet, but a typical carbon fiber body made costs between $100,000 and $200,000. However, those made for hypercars are usually more expensive.