From Fast To Faster: Ferrari 458 Italia Gets Tuned

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How much faster can a Ferrari 458 possibly go? Well, apparently German tuner Graf Weckerle decided to find out. The new design seems much more appropriate for an antique fireplace screen or perfect if you're a New Orleans Saints fan. The "fleur-de-lis" 21-inch alloy wheels, which are the official trademark of Graf Weckerle, are hand-assembled from a total of 184 separate pieces.

Some other features include a sports exhaust system, hand-painted stripes and an engine upgrade that gives the 458 Italia a mind boggling output of 600hp. The suspension has also been slightly lowered. Overall, we love the power increase, but those wheels are just too eccentric, to say the least.

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