Vitesse AuDessus has announced plans to offer a full carbon fiber body for the recently introduced Ferrari F12tdf.

Vitesse AuDessus has announced plans to offer a full carbon fiber body for the recently introduced Ferrari F12tdf.

The F12 Tour de France is already 110 kg (242 lbs) lighter than the Berlinetta, but a full carbon fiber body can reduce weight even further. Once the panels are replaced, the F12tdf will lose almost 159 kg (350 lbs), so it will end up tipping the scales at around 1,256 kg (2,769 lbs).

Vitesse AuDessus ("superior speed" in French) says it will only make five bodies and each will be tailor-made. The good news for owners is the process is reversible so once you’ve had enough of the carbon look you can switch back to the car’s original configuration.

The US-based company has similar packages for a plethora of high-end automobiles, including the Porsche 918 Spyder, LaFerrari, and the mighty Bugatti Veyron. Depending on the car and the client’s requirements, Vitesse AuDessus is asking between $100,000 and $200,000 for the exterior. At an additional cost, carbon fiber can be applied on some of the cabin parts and you can also get the wheels made from the same material.

Just like with the other kits, the Vitesse AuDessus Louboutin Limited Edition Bare Carbon Fiber Package for the Ferrari F12tdf comes with a five-year warranty.

Source: Vitesse AuDessus via autogespot.com

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