Koenig also offered heavy duty fiberglass wide bodykits, which was popular for cars of the time. Perhaps Koenig's most notable project was their work on the successor of the 512BB, a modified version of the Ferrari Testarossa that debuted in the 1985 Frankfurt Motor Show. It produced 710 bhp, 320 bhp over a stock Testarossa. This was followed up by the 800 bhp Competition (1988) that was good for 217 miles per hour (349 km/h); its convertible version, the Competition Cabrio (1989), although being less powerful, was good for 198 miles per hour (319 km/h). As Ferrari never offered a convertible because of the required significant amount of strengthening in the chassis required to make up for the lack of upper structure, the conversion cost US$55,600 (equivalent to $112,379 in 2018) alone. For those who wanted extra power, there was the Competition Evolution that was said to claim a top speed of 230 miles per hour (370 km/h) and an estimated 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Koenig would also re-trim the interior to suit the client's specifications. The car's overall cost, including car with fully re-trimmed leather interior and a 1000w 16-speaker Kenwood audio system was reported to cost US$595,900 (equivalent to $1,142,774 in 2018)
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- GT Spirit
- Merk/Model Type
- Koenig Specials Spider 1985 Sera Metallizzato Blue
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