Back in 2010, Gucci Mane had one of the first Ferrari 458 Italias in the country. It was even rumored that it could have even been the first to be titled in the US! Back then, there was quite the buzz as to how Gucci got his hands on such a vehicle as it was a tall order to even be able to buy such a vehicle unless you had a stable of Italian stallions at home. Gucci not only scooped the 458 back in 2010, he also picked up a 612 Scaglietti soon after. Needless to say, Gucci appreciates the brand from Maranello.
Gucci’s latest addition to the fleet is a Rosso Corsa Ferrari 812 Superfast. The 8 symbolizes the 800 horsepower churned out of the motor and the 12 denotes the dozen cylinders under the hood. Superfast? Well, that’s Ferrari’s plain and simple method of conveying their goal for this vehicle. Zero-to-60-mph sprints can be achieved in around 2.8 seconds and the quarter-mile in under 11, all while looking and sounding like an F1 Formula racer.
With such a vehicle, little to nothing could or should be done to it. And even the notion of adding new wheels should be taken very carefully. Gucci had Butler Tire of Atlanta, GA find a set of rolling gear that both fit Gucci’s flashy style and complimented the vehicle, too. Butler Tire added a set of 21-inch Classico-FF wheels from Forgiato’s Formula Racing series, painted to match the exterior of the vehicle and featuring a custom engraving and center cap. These particular wheels allow Gucci to pilot the 812 as it was intended while looking fantastic doing so.