Have You Ever Seen A Better Looking Ferrari 458 Spider?


If you have, prove it.

Despite being one of the best-looking supercars ever made, the Ferrari 458 Spider is also one of the most modified. Owners love individualizing their rides, and we’ve seen countless examples over the past couple of years. This, however, might just be the best. Dubbed the Black Widow, the work was done by TAG Motorsports, who made a series of modest upgrades that combine for a big impact. The first course of action was fitting Novitec lowering springs to give the 458 a meaner stance.

A set of ADV05 MV2SL alloys staggered 21/22 inches front/rear and wrapped in Pirelli Pzero rubber were then fitted snuggly within the dropped fenders. Other aesthetic mods include Novitec LED taillights and rear LED fogs, a side marker set, and painted badging in satin black.

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