LaFerrari Owner Orders RevoZport Bodykit To Make His Ride Wilder

A LaFerrari owner in the Middle East has commissioned a one-off bodywork from aftermarket tuner RevoZport, probably because he wanted something even more extreme-looking than Ferrari’s ultimate hypercar.

Design inspiration for the bodykit has been taken from the track-only Ferrari FXX K Evo. The car has been dubbed the RevoZport LaFerrari Revoluzione and has only been shown off through a pair of renderings. Needless to say, the modifications are comprehensive.

The Revoluzione kit starts at the front and includes a carbon fiber splitter as well as two prominent fins that stretch up along both sides of the bumper. Complementing these new front-end trimmings are eye-catching side skirts, again made from lightweight carbon fiber.

RevoZport has also gone to town on the rear half of the LaFerrari and designed a bespoke carbon fiber engine cover, a large fixed wing, and a custom diffuser.

Now, whether these changes will have a negative impact in the car’s resale value or not is questionable. The fact that it’s not original may be off-putting for some, while others might appreciate the fact that this is an one-off. After all, Ferrari’s own Special Projects has also created more than its fair share of bespoke supercars based on one of its models that, oftentimes, look nothing like the donor cars, at least from the outside. This one is clearly recognizable as a LaFerrari, albeit one on steroids.

  • Eagle By Singer

    Tacky

  • Bash

    Looks better from the back more that the front.

  • alexxx

    It looks perfect….

  • Banesto Highland

    Putting a shitty kit on something like this is like painting a hat on the Mona Lisa.

  • assassingtr

    It looks like they drove through a carbon fiber scrap yard. Why screw up a La Ferrari?

  • ztamg04

    they have just completely ruined a beautiful car.

  • Mark Seven-Ultranine
  • Mark Seven-Ultranine
  • annon

    all 3 of ’em look shit

  • Tim Gardner

    You have to wonder whether this kit (or any other kit) is based on wind tunnel testing. It might look inherently ‘right’ but is it actually aerodynamically sound? You wouldn’t want to spoil the performance just for aesthetic purposes & you definitely wouldn’t want a car as quick as the LaFerrari to be unbalanced at speed or start to produce lift in any way.

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