Remember the V8 Vantage Blanc de Blancs by Graf Weckerle we brought a few days ago? Well, now we are introducing its sinister cousin, the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Comte Noir (The Black Count) by the same tuner, Graf Weckerle. And while the Aston Martin model is painted in white, the tuner has opted to go to the dark side for the Ferrari with a sleek black exterior. Of course, if you’re not keen on the exterior color change, maybe the engine preparations will make a believer out of you.
While a standard 599 GTB is powered by a six-liter V12 engine with 620 HP, the Comte Noir edition delivers an impressive 835 HP. In order to handle this amount of power, the car also gets a coilover-suspension with adjustable shock absorbers and the ability to lift the front axle by 40mm.
The most evil component on the Ferrari 599 is the very unique set of 1" forged titanium/aluminum Fleur-de-Lis ornamental wheels painted in a combination of anthracite and black finish. The wheels are definitely different, to say the least, but we think they may just be a little better than the ones featured on the Blanc de Blancs edition. Either way, they take up to 20 days to build and add a special air to the vehicle.