The Ferrari 599 Fiorano may be yesterday’s news as far as its maker is concerned, but that certainly doesn’t mean the world outside the Maranello factory gates should cast it aside as well. Though not as fast as its replacement, the F12 Berlinetta, the 599 is still a mighty quick two-seat grand tourer. And the looks are oh-so-striking, and are likely to be considered as such for years to come. In fact, we prefer its flowing lines and classic proportions to the F12’s angry, somewhat stubby physique.
So it shouldn’t surprise you too terribly much to read that we cracked a bit of a smile when we got wind of news that Vorsteiner was releasing a collection of custom components for Ferrari’s previous front-mounted-V12-powered continent-swallower. And that smile grew even bigger when we saw the collective effects of these parts, creating a final product which Vorsteiner has dubbed the 599VX.