Most of Anderson Germany’s tuning programs involve increased engine output and an exterior look that could easy get you fooled into thinking that the car is owned by Batman.
This latest program which is based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is no different, as it involves a black body finish complemented by glossy black racing stripes with red lines, carbon fiber components such as the exterior mirror cases, the front bumper hang-on parts, side skirts, rear bumper and rear diffuser plus a set of shiny black rims measuring 21 inches in diameter and wrapped in 345/25-21 tires.
The brake callipers behind the wheels are also painted in red, while at the interior the tuner did a complete finish with black carbon leather combined with red perforated leather and diamond shaped stitching. Anderson Germany’s weight saving measure are also applied inside the cabin where the gear shifter, door handles, window lifters, door sills and center console have all been manufactured from carbon fiber.
Under the bonnet, the 6.0-litre 12-cylinder engine received a remapped ECU plus the tuner fitted the car with a custom exhaust system adjusted by remote control and featuring two sound stages. As a result the Anderson Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is now able to produce 674 HP (491 kW) instead of 620 HP, takes little over 3 seconds to go from 0 to 100 Km/h, and is capable of reaching more than 300 Km/h.