Ferrari 458 Carbon Edition by Anderson
Once again it was the team of Dusseldorf-based ANDERSON Germany, a company, well-known for its commitment to absolute exclusivity, that have taken the Italian showcase Ferrari 458 under their wing in order to dress it up in a truly incomparable carbon outfit.
The aero package of this exquisite material includes the sporty front lip spoiler, front bumper flaps, wider side skirts, a modest rear lip spoiler, engine air outlets, window air intake grille and front bumper ventilation grid.
It all seems enough, but the engineers from the above-mentioned company did not stop at what has already been accomplished. The roof, the hood, the mirrors and the door handles, the trunk lid with the diffuser, as well as tail light trims were manually coated with carbon in a most elaborate manner.
Needless to say, this carbon fiber-coated Ferrari got its power increase coming out of the ANDERSON workshop. The car was given 53 more horsepower, along with the optimized software. This increase was possible due to the exhaust system which can be adjusted by remote control in three sound stages and features racing catalyst, heat protection, and special tailpipe (+19 hp), bringing the total engine capacity to 623 hp.
Besides the windows and tail lights tinting, it is also the tire/wheel combination of this lowered ANDERSON Ferrari that worth mentioning. The drop-center rims are obviously carbon-coated in body color. The front axle features 9' x 21' with 255/30-21 tires and as for the rear axle it has 12' x 22' with 335/25-22 tires.
ANDERSON Germany is the right place where you can get your dream car.
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