Already during the development it was determined that it would not be easy to redesign the rear of the bolide. The development of the diffuser alone took a whole four weeks, as it regulates the up- and downforce of the vehicle through its aerodynamics.
While other tuners are still struggling with the rear diffuser of the F8, Keyvany has already completed the project in no time at all, thanks to the 20 years of professional experience of its employees Parvis Ebrahimi and Uwe Kunert.
In addition to the diffuser, other parts such as the side skirts, rear spoiler, rear centre panel, exterior mirrors, door handles, side air intakes, bonnet, bumper and attachments have been made of carbon. In addition, the vehicle has received a completely new front lip.
In terms of performance, a lot has also happened, as Keyvany has pushed the output in Stage 1 to 790 hp by optimising the engine management system. In Stage 2, new stainless steel downpipes with EURO6-capable high-flow catalytic converters and a flap-controlled Keyvany exhaust system are also installed for maximum power development, raising output to almost 900 hp.
Unlike its competitors, Keyvany relies entirely on the "Made in Germany" seal of quality and has its exhaust systems and downpipes manufactured by hand in Germany.
Keyvany is planning even more carbon parts for the F8 Tributo. These will be unveiled in early 2021, including a GT3 rear spoiler version. Prices for the package can be found at Keyvany.com.
The next car models are already in the starting blocks. The Audi RS6 and Bentley Flying Spur will be unveiled before the end of the year. Other models such as the Audi RS7 and Rolls-Royce Cullinan will follow in early 2021.
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