Just did a quick search on Autotrader.com to check out what a used Ferrari F12 Berlinetta would run and the prices for listings in a 500 mile radius ranged anywhere from a respectable $249,000 all the way up to a whopping $389,995.
Pop quiz – if you either won the lottery, inherited a shit ton of money or sold your company for an astronomical amount of money, would you buy an Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and leave it alone?
If it were us, we would probably leave it alone for all of 3 days while we figured out who would do all the customization work.
And the body kit to mate with our dream car? It would definitely be the Onyx Concept Ferrari F2X Longtail because we love all that carbon fiber.
According to DapCars.co.uk, which currently has an allocation of 3 Onyx Concept F2X Longtails (you read that right – three):
This outstanding coach-built vehicle will be limited to 30 units worldwide and has been meticulously designed and manufactured with extensive use of carbon fibre. Full details of the truly special enhancements are outlined here: Complete Front Bumper, Grille With Floating Prancing Horse And Carbon Fibre Front Lower Splitter, Vented Wing Panels With Enamel Ferrari Shield, Full Length Sculpted Side Sills In Carbon Fibre With Rear Aero Fin, Vented Rear Quarter Panels In Carbon Fibre, Rear Window Surround in Carbon Fibre That Seamlessly Flows Into The Rear Aero Spoiler Also Carbon Fibre, Complete Fastback Rear End Including Sculpted Bumper With Outer Intakes And Full Width Carbon Fibre Rear Diffuser, Switchable IPE Titanium Exhaust With Onyx Branded Tailpipes Milled From Solid Aluminium, Forged Alloy Wheels In Split Size 21 Inch Front And 22 Inch Rear, Sport Coilover Suspension And Exterior Branding Pack.
And the price for two of their three cars are £399950 for one built on a 2016 Nero Daytona model and £349950 for one built on a 2014 Italia Blanco Model.
Now if we do a little currency conversion and reverse-engineer the pricing, you’re looking at about $100,000 – $120,000 dollars for the body kit, wheels, suspension and labor for the car.
A lot of money, but fuck it – you just won the lottery anyway.
For more information on Onyx Concept’s complete line of products, you can check out their official website at http://www.onyxconcept.com.
if you actually do have the money to buy one for yourself – good for you – there are a few in the UK at http://www.dapcars.co.uk.