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Following their extravagant 458 Italia, Rolls Royce Ghost and Fiat 500C tuning packages, the Italian tuners developed a project for the Ferrari 360 Modena, commissioned by a customer who wanted his aging 360 to have a modern overhaul. Carbon-fiber and fiberglass components were fitted both inside and out, including an all-new front bumper, side skirts and revised rear apron with a diffuser. As were smoked lights, tinted windows, black 20-inch forged aluminum alloys, and a quad-pipe stainless-steel sport exhaust system.
A suspension with totally adjustable shock absorbers and springs were also fitted. Tweaking the car's weapons-grade V8 and a new ECU, coupled with the new lightweight body kit and enhanced aerodynamics resulted in a new top speed of 183mph and a 0-62mph sprint time of 4.5 seconds. On the inside, the passenger compartment gets a carbon roll bar and adjustable seats, while the dashboard has been integrated with a multimedia navigation center and satellite alarm.