Published on 30 Mar 2012 by Elxwave
Bespoken Italian tuning company Romeo Ferraris has released the first details of the modification made on Ferrari 599 GTO to upgrade its performance. Powered by a V12 engine with 670 hp and 620 Nm the berlinetta from Maranello has recently been replaced by the more powerful Ferrari F12berlinetta, presented at the Geneva Motor Show.
The first step of the modification proposed by Romeo Ferraris consists of fitting new sports air intakes and new tailpipes. With these small changes the Cavallino V12 gains 15 hp and 13 Nm of torque. The second step is more complex and involves remapping the central unit of the engine and adding a custom made high performance exhaust.
The engine power increases dramatically, gaining an impressive 40 hp of output and 48 Nm of torque, bringing the power up to an outstanding 710 hp and 668 Nm. Romeo Ferraris also proposes some details in carbon fibre to customise side mirrors, rear diffuser or front splitter.