Ferrari F12 tries a Duke Dynamics kit on
U.S.-headquartered supercar customizer Creative Bespoke rolled out a modded Ferrari F12 a few days ago. The parts were sourced from different vendors, but Duke Dynamics provided the body kit.
The latter consists of 21 components and is available in GFRP and carbon-fiber versions. The list includes a brand-new front apron with a splitter, an aggressively styled hood with three air intakes, and wide fenders adding 100 mm (4”) to the car width.
Moving on to the rear, the bumper is new, and there is a massive diffuser and a rear wing. Perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind is that the DD body kit is 100% reversible, which means you can remove it at any time and restore the stock appearance of your car.
Rounding off the list are a roaring active-valve exhaust system, five-spoke forged wheels, and lowered suspension. Creative Bespoke says nothing about these, but we are made to understand that this Ferrari F12 is a one-off custom job.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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