Exotic machinery often ends up butchered at the hands of the worlds various tuner firms. Huge wings, bad body kits and often little respect for the beautiful styling of the original car. The lunatics at Germanyâ€™s Edo Competition seem to be able to push the boundaries and get away with it. Their creations somehow blend the classic lines of the original with a good dose of street cred and their latest work on Ferrariâ€™s 599 GTB is no exception.
The Ferrari 599 GTB is my personal favourite in the current Ferrari line-up and Edo Competition have taken it and turned up the heat a notch or three. Lowered by 40mm in each corner handling is assisted by Edo/KW adjustable suspension while aesthetic enhancements include the addition of custom painted 20â€ wheels with stainless steel outer rims.
Edo Competition Ferrari 599 GTB buyers can choose from two levels of tune. Level one sees intake and exhaust work combined with ECU reprogramming result in a 20hp increase over the stock 599, the net result being 462kW/620hp. Obviously the level two tune is the one to spend your â€œhard earnedâ€ on, as in all things in life you only ever get what you pay for....
Dubbed the â€œ630 GTBâ€ package it takes the power level up to a very very handy 560kW/750hp which means youâ€™re going to have the fastest 599 in the neighbourhood for at least a little while. Edo achieve this with a 6.3-litre FXX engine conversion - one can only imagine the price.
[Source: Edo Competition]