Vorsteiner has shared with us the first production model photos of the Vorsteiner 599-VX. The 599-VX is based on a stock Ferrari 599GTB and inspired by the 599XX.

The bodykit is designed to enhance the existing body lines of the Italian sports car. The American tuner also repainted the exterior in a very nice pearl white dubbed Bianco Fuji.

The carbon fiber kit is 70 percent lighter than the factory pieces which basically consists in a front fascia, custom racing hood, rear fender intake covers, rear deck lid wing and finally a rear bumper with diffuser.

Vorsteiner made some revisions to the production parts which now include a rear diffuser with mesh grill openings for improved heat evacuation. The center exit exhaust had to be developed ‒ in cooperation with BBI ‒ from the ground up in order to fit the rear bumper.

Furthermore a HGTE suspension package was installed. This package was once designed for as an upgrade that improves the 599’s handling and lowers the ride. The HGTE package also includes a modified set-up with stiffer springs and rear anti-roll bar as well as new calibration settings for the shock absorbers.

The tuning package also includes a limited edition one-piece Forged Monoblock wheel that is specifically manufactured for this car.

The Vorsteiner 599-VX will be unveiled next week, the car will also be present at Cars and Coffee in Irvine, Southern California, on the 31st of March. For those who can’t wait here is a small clip showing the car while leaving the BBI workshop.

[Via Teamspeed]

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