Tuned Ferrari F12berlinettas Are Now a Thing, Here's a Decatted One That Screams

With the Ferrari F12 Tour de France having now taken the place of the F12berlinetta under the spotlights, more and more "standard" F12 owners are taking their already superb machines down the customization route.
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Sure, F12 tuning kits have been out there for a few years now, but with the extra dose of modded examples we've seen recently, it's safe to say tuned F12 are now a thing. The freshest example of this comes from the machine in the video below, which packs a number of light mods, a path used by most F12 drivers who go for custom touches.

The V12 occupying the nose of the F12 has been gifted with an ECU remap. More importantly for the car's wow factor, the exhaust system has seen the catalytic converters being removed, while the hardware is supplied by Fi Exhaust.

As a result, this Prancing Horse screams out its natural aspiration in a way that makes it an attention magnet, but also less than legal to drive on the street. Speaking of which, if we are to pay attention to the stickers on the side of the Fezza, the customization job has taken place at RDB LA, which might just be Los Angeles' famous car makeup location, at least if we judge things by the number of celebrities (and less famous people alike) that add a bit of bling to their rides there.

The rest of the bespoke details on the car are little things such as blacked-out badges, or the expected custom wheels, which, on this occasion, come from Forgiato.

Unfortunately, the tons of Ferrari exhaust videos on YouTube have determined things to reach the point where a supercar spotter must use titles such as "BEST SOUNDING F12 EVER. Seriously" to make a point. Oh well, at least we're certain this is for sure...

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