Project Kahn tinkers with the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is one of the few exotics rarely touched by aftermarket tuners but that hasn’t stopped Britain’s Project Kahn from releasing a new performance upgrade for it. Not wanting to alter the dramatic styling of the 599 significantly, developers have kept exterior mods to a minimum with only a mild styling kit and Kahn Design F1-X Carbon wheels making the cut – 20in up front and 21in in the rear.

Under the bonnet lies the standard 6.0L V12 engine with 612hp (456kW) and 448lb-ft (608Nm) of torque. Some minor modifications that are available for the car include a lowered sports suspension kit and high-flow sports exhaust.

Any tuner worth its salt must have a list of options for nearly every aspect of a car and Project Kahn doesn’t fail to deliver. On top of its basic package, customers can also opt for unique leather upholstery as well as a custom paint job.

Some of Project Kahn’s most comprehensive tuner cars include the Bentley Continental GTS Black Edition and the more recent Range Rover Sport 300, which was co-developed with motorsports company Cosworth.

Project Kahn Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano 2008

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