With a sticker price of $320k, you know the Ferrari F12 is decked to the nines. While that’s true, Bengala, a Spanish automotive design shop, saw the 731-horsepower beast and thought, “Hmm, we can do more.” And that’s just what they did. The most noticeable difference from the original Italian pavement-shredder is the exterior, which Bengala did up in full carbon fiber. You’ll also notice, if you look at the regular F12, that this custom version features fresh lines reminiscent of a Ferrari race car. Of course if you want to get your hands on one of these bad boys, you’ll have pony up (price is available upon request, but it’s not like it will be less than a standard F12) and act fast, because only 10 will be made.
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