It is pretentious of a tuner to come up with a whole new name for a car they have revised and modified. But what Spanish design house Bengala Automotive has done with the Ferrari F12 is so deep, it kind of needs a new name because a lot people aren’t going to recognize this as an F12. They call it the Bengala F12 Caballería.
The carbon crazed Bengala F12 Caballería is a unique take on the Italian V12 super car with cues borrowed from Ferrari’s own GT3 cars. This is evident in the shape of the new front bumper with its massive carbon splitter and winglets, and also the rear duck tail spoiler and diffuser combo. There is also carbon side skirts, aero bridges, air intakes and mirror caps, and a set of new black wheels inside the flared and vented wheel arches.
Limited to ten units which will be built by the summer 2017, the Bengala F12 Caballería is part of the firm’s Privilege Program in which the owners get “instant access to Bengala’s future limited edition projects, along with events and private viewings, with a first choice option to its members before new designs are released onto the market.” Since Bengala has not mentioned anything about the performance specs of this car, one would assume they remain in the standard factory form. By: motorward