Anderson Germany Presents Ferrari 458 Black Carbon


Automotive tuner Anderson Germany has just revealed details and pictures of their new Ferrari 458 Black Carbon edition. As the name clearly states, the car is painted black along with a number of performance enhancing modifications. For starters, the car has an all-new sport hood with carbon air intakes, tinted windows and lights, front apron wings, along with a rear diffuser and wing mirrors. Also new are a set of 21-inch, 5-spoke design lightweight wheels.

The engine has undergone an ECU remap along with an exhaust system with special manifolds. Power now totals 623 hp. The interior features yet even more carbon fiber with the air intakes, center console, door handles and sills, steering wheel, tachometer border, shift paddles, and the seat adjustment handles all now constructed from the material. In addition, there's a leather/Alcantara upholstery that adds to the black carbon theme. No pricing for the package has been announced.

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