Wheelsandmore Ferrari FF is the Real Deal
Wheelsandmore has been cranking out stellar tuning programs since 1999, applying their considerable know-how to the likes of Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Land Rover, Maserati, McLaren and Mercedes AMG. As the name Wheelsandmore implies, their typical approach starts with high-end wheels and then adds, well, more. Typically, performance tuning, an exhaust system and often a suspension system upgrade are thrown into the mix.
Their latest offering for the the Ferrari FF follows this proven formula and delivers a substantial bump to the platform by way of two different stage kits. The basic Stage One kit (€3,782 or $5,120 USD) serves up an ECU upgrade with chip tuning which allows this prancing horse to put out 684 hp and 520 lb-ft of twist. This is a nice little jump from the 660 hp and 504 lb-ft of torque that comes standard.
But if you really want to push the limits, the Stage Two kit (€9,244 or $12,538 USD), takes things to another level with 700 hp and 527 lb-ft of torque. This is accomplished by an ECU upgrade and chip tuning as well as a new stainless steel exhaust system.
The exhaust system is handcrafted and includes remote operated valve flaps. This setup not only reduces weight but adds an extra 20 horsepower as well. It can be purchased outside of the Stage Two kit for a mere €5,042 or $6,839 USD.
All four corners of the FF are replaced with 21” 6 prong ultra-light forged wheels, shod in Pirelli P Zero Nero tires measuring 255/30R21. And if you are so inclined, a carbon-look center, white outside rum and white inlays can be had. The wheel and tire package will set you back €13,361 (or $18,122 USD).
In addition, Wheelsandmore is working on a suspension kit to round out the package.The springs will drop the grand tourer 25 mm (1-inch) and remove plenty of extra wheel gap.
There is no word yet on the cost, but we will provide an update once available. Overall, the Wheelsandmore Ferrari FF is a solid combination of performance mods and aesthetic tweaks which give this grand tourer the edge it so desperately needs.