Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo

The Japanese tuners return with the Prancing Horse's drop-top 360.

Tokyo, Japan-based tuning firm Office-K has made a habit recently of customizing expensive and rare Italian Spiders. Last week we saw a clean white Ferrari 458 Spider from the eccentric shop and now we have an even bolder yellow tuning job based on its two-generations-prior predecessor, complete with Prancing Horse graphics and big new wheels. For starters, the exterior of the Ferrari 360 Spider, which was built from 2001-05, has been enhanced by the use of an RSD body kit.

The kit is complete with a new front spoiler, side skirts, integrated rear diffuser and bumper and a rear wing courtesy of German tuning firm Hamann. Thanks to a lowered suspension, the tuned 360 Spider has a unique ride profile while it sits on a set of new Vellano wheels. The chrome-plated shoes make a vain attempt at blending in with the Spider's yellow paint job. A Prancing Horse graphic along with the word "Spider" spelled out on the side doesn't help either. Another addition by the Office-K crew has been an M.S. Racing Exhaust system for an even more boisterous note from its 3.6-liter V8.

Rated at 400 horsepower, the 360 Spider can accelerate from 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds and can reach a top speed of 180mph, down 9mph from its coupe counterpart. So we've seen Office-K's work on the 360 Spider and the 458 Spider. Lets wait and see if they decide to fill in the gap with the F430 Spider sometime soon.

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