For argument’s sake, let’s say that you’re an elite, moneyed member of the one percent, and while you’re fortunate enough to own a Ferrari 812 Superfast, you find yourself getting somehow bored with its “meager” 788 normally-aspirated horsepower and other factory components. Where do you turn?
A German outfit by the name of “Wheelsandmore” may have the answer. They’ve introduced a new barrage of upgrades for the Ferrari 812 Superfast that includes an x-pipe exhaust system, suspension packages, and three different wheel styles.
The valved x-pipe exhaust, developed by Kline Innovation, is available in either stainless steel or Inconel – a group of nickel-chromium-based superalloys. The two versions are priced at €9,655.46 (about $11,820 US) and €15,545.38 ($19,040 US), respectively, although both versions incorporate an x-pipe and sports catalysts to boost output by 20 horsepower and 11 lb-ft, resulting in a total 808 hp and 541 lb-ft of grunt. The Inconel variant is theoretically more resilient to extremely high temperatures.
Wheelsandmore’s Ferrari 812 suspension packages include a “basic” kit comprised solely of lowering springs that drop the ride height by 30 mm, for €1,007.56 euros (roughly $1,230 US), or a more advanced package that couples those springs with a hydraulic lift kit for overcoming speed bumps and driveway thresholds, priced at €5,033.61 euros ($6,160 US).
As for wheels, the German outfit offers three different designs for the Ferrari 812 Superfast: “F.I.W.E.”, “FORK”, and “6SPORZ2“. All three designs are sized at 21 x 10 inches up front, and either 21 x 12 or 22 x 12.5 inches out back, with 6SPORZ2 wheelset pricing starting at €10,840 ($13,270), and F.I.W.E. and FORK wheelset pricing starting at €12,597 (about $15,420 US). To see what each design looks like, visit Wheelsandmore.de.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is already a spectacular high-performance vehicle, featuring classic Ferrari handling and the highest total power output of any normally-aspirated production car engine. But now, thanks to the suite of upgrades offered by Wheelsandmore, you can turn your “Superfast” into a “Superforte”, the German outfit says.