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2013 Ferrari F12berlinetta RZF-12 by Revozport

The Ferrari F12berlinetta looks and performs like its ready to throw down with nearly any supercar on the planet. To be honest, it really doesn’t need any aesthetic upgrades because it already looks pretty darn special.

But don’t tell that to tuning company Revozport who decided to give the F12berlinetta a new styling program that provides a more elegant look while retaining the classic styling of the supercar. It even gave the program a name: the RZF-12.

It’s definitely an acquired taste, especially for the price Revozport is charging for it (check that one out after the jump). Plus, it doesn’t have a performance upgrade, which means that the F12berlinetta retains its 6.3-liter V-12 engine that produces 740 horsepower and 508 pound-feet of torque with a 0-to-60 mph time of just 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 211 mph.

We won’t blame you if you passed on this aftermarket kit, but if you had the money to spare, plus an F12berlinetta for that matter, then you might find the appeal in it.

Click past the jump to check out Revozport’s new carbon fiber components for the Ferrari F12berlinetta

Plenty of Carbon Fiber

Ferrari F12berlinetta RZF-12 by Revozport

For the relative subtlety of the RZF-12 program, it does come packed with enough carbon-fiber components to last us all a lifetime. The biggest item on this lot is the seven-piece carbon-fiber engine cover kit that’ll cost you $6,800. On top of that, the kit also comes with a carbon-fiber front splitter for $2,100; a carbon-fiber rear spoiler for $1,300; carbon-fiber side skirts for $2,900; a carbon-fiber fog light cover for $380; and a carbon-fiber rear diffuser for $2,900.

The TITAV Titanium Exhaust System

Ferrari F12berlinetta RZF-12 by Revozport

No performance upgrades? No problem. Revozport has that one covered too with the installation of the new TITAV titanium exhaust system. But just like the rest of the components on this list, you’re going to have to pay a premium - $4,900 - for it.



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