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Anderson Germany Ferrari 458 Italia Carbon Edition

Anderson Germany Ferrari 458 Italia Carbon Edition

I’m a huge fan of the Ferrari 458 Italia supercar, and Anderson Germany is one of my favorite car tuning companies, so naturally you’d think I’d be in love with the Anderson Germany Ferrari 458 Italia Carbon Edition.  I’m not; I like it, but I’m just not sure why I don’t love it.  It is a nice car – but seems a bit over the top, maybe?

The tuned 458 Italia comes with a lot of carbon fiber parts, hence the name.  The German tuners added the following carbon fiber parts: front lip spoiler, front bumper flaps, front bumper vents, wider side-skirts, rear spoiler, and rear air inlets and outlets.  That’s a lot of carbon fiber pieces, but wait, there’s more!

Anderson Germany Ferrari 458 Italia Carbon Edition

Ferrari 458 Italia Carbon Edition

Anderson Germany replaced the stock hood, trunk, roof, mirrors, rear diffuser, the trim around the tail lights, the wheels, and even the door handles with carbon fiber pieces.  I don’t think I’ve seen this much carbon fiber on any tuned car other than the ones produced by Mansory.

With this many body upgrades, the car needed to have power upgrades to match and Anderson Germany didn’t disappoint.  The Ferrari 458 Italia’s V8 engine is now producing 623 horsepower with the help of an upgraded exhaust system and a re-tuned ECU.  The car has been lowered and rides on 21” wheels with high performance tires.

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Justin 2011/11/07

That looks hot!!! The only complaint is the white paint job, Ferrari’s don’t look good in two-tone color schemes, if it was black on black, I think it’ll look even hotter.

I’ll still take in this paint scheme though ;)

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Twilight Sparkle 2012/03/26

MY LITTLE PONY

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Flutter Shy 2012/03/26

Don’t be silly…
I think it is beautiful but I agree with Justin, the two colours don’t really go together with the design.

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Car Fiend 2013/08/21

Nice, but to me Ferrari must be painted with the traditional “rosso corsa” red colour.
Since the 1920s Italian race cars of Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Lancia, and later Ferrari have been painted in rosso corsa (“racing red”).

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