To get your hands on a Ferrari 812 Superfast is pretty cool so to think that its performance isn’t good enough is quite unimaginable. Nevertheless, German tuner Wheelsandmore is offering to give your Superfast new upgrades and will transform the vehicle into the 812 Superforte.
No matter how good the Ferrari 812 Superfast is already, that does not stop the crew of Wheelsandmore to tune the vehicle. In fact, this is probably Maranello’s most powerful 12 cylinder engine with 800 horsepower and 718 Newton metres, making it really quick but still easy to handle.
The very first thing the tuner will work on would be the exhaust system, as this will be upgraded to either a stainless steel or a lightweight nickel chromium-based super alloy called Inconel. This includes sport catalytic converters and a valve inside to tweak the sound.
After those hardware upgrades, the model’s 6.5 liter V12 engine increased its output by 20 horsepower (15 kilowatts) and 11 pound feet (15 Newton metres) of torque. Take note that the stock model is already impressive with its 789 horsepower (588 kilowatts) and 530 pound feet (718 Newton metres) of torque.
This improvement is so small though that it will not affect the car’s performance to reach 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.9 seconds. Rather, it will give it a much louder voice. If you search it on Google, there is a video of the car that highlights the exhaust’s sound on a F12tdf that uses a 6.3 liter version of this V12. If it were another tuner, they will probably replace the V12 engine, but Wheelsandmore decided that tweaking this engine is already good enough.
Without a surprise, the exhaust upgrade is a bit expensive, where the stainless steel one costs 9,655.46 euros ($11,906), while the Inconel version is a little pricier at 15,545.38 euros ($19,167). If this part will be assembled by Wheelsandmore, expect to pay a service charge of 1,511.76 euros ($1,865).
Aside from that, Wheelsandmore can also improve the 812 Superfast’s already great handling, with the two suspension kits. The more affordable version, at 1,007.56 euros ($1,242) consists of 30 millimeter (1.2 inches) lowering springs. The other option would be to combine these springs with a hydraulic lift to handle bumps and obstacles ever better, but this will cost you a little more at 5,033 euros ($6,205).
Another thing that the German tuner can offer to 812 Superfast owners is a new set of wheels. Available in two designs, the first one has forked spokes, a concave face, and central locking, while the other forged wheels have six pairs of spokes. Each set is priced at 12,596.64 euros ($15,527) per set.