The LaFerrari is one of Ferrari’s most ambitious projects, pushing the boundaries of technology for a road car. It gathers together the marque’s greatest technical capabilities from both GT and Formula 1 engineering, delivering the highest performance ever reached by a production Ferrari.
Custom designed on behalf of client from the Middle East. The creative team at RevoZport knew that with the addition of any further aero dynamics not only would they need to keep things subtle and elegant, any such additions would also have to make better use of the downforce and aero balance gains.
They would also need to bring out the existing design hues from the original lines, whilst at the same time remembering the customers brief which was very much about enhancing the existing aerodynamics so allowing the technical achievement and performance of the car to stand on their own.
And so after extensive manufactory testing the RevoZport LaFerrari Revoluzion Aero Kit was born, and what a kit it is!
Created from a combination of reverse engineering along with the use of innovative active aero dynamics. Each hand made Carbon Fibre component needed to be the perfect balance of form & function. Each was sculptured to create a harmony between style and technology. And of course each piece needed to enhance the existing aerodynamic structure by delivering further increased; downforce, minimized drag and additional increased cooling intakes for the mighty V12 engine.
The final kit was created in a gloss Black Carbon Fibre finish so as to compliment the ‘Ferrari Red’. The kit features a number of additional components, including; Vented Engine Cover, Extended Double Bladed Rear Wing, Rear Upper Bumper Cover with Lower Diffuser – which includes wrapping the existing Tail Pipes and Wind Tunnel. Vented Side Skirts, Front Bumper Canards & Splitter. Plus Carbon mirror covers.
Want one for your Ferrari LaFerrari? Well you can’t, as this was a one off project and as exclusive as it gets, one in a series of one. In fact, the owner even had all the drawings, moulds and tooling shipped to him in the Middle East. So if you want one, you’ll have to buy his one. And we have a sneaking suspicion that it’s not for sale.