Auto tuner Mansory has put some of its usual over the top touches on the beauty that is the 458 Italia. They keep the look mostly toned down except for the awful red diamond seats. Mansory prepared this car for the 2012 Top Marques Monaco. Being that Mansory prepared the 458 Italia for this event it nick named the Ferrari “Monaco.” Mansory added a body kit and a lot of carbon fiber which shaved off a total of 132 lbs. Which propels this car to 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds. Continue reading »
Ferrari vs. Ducati. One is a 562 Hp, dual-clutch transmission – Italian pony on steroids, redlining at an impressive 9,000 RPM with an even more impressive price tag of $286,000. The other is a 1.2 liter v-twin engine sports bike putting out 170 hp at 10,000 RPM for a fraction of the cost at $22,000. Two Italians. Two kings in their own realm, and each trying to prove that they reign supreme.
Oakley Design’s and HRE’s Ferrari 458 Italia. Red-orange Ferrari 458 Italia, one of seven made by Oakley, rests on a set of 20 inch HRE wheels, which take away 11 pounds on each side. Fully performance tuned, this Ferrari reaches 632 horsepower and can go 0 to 60 in 3 seconds with a top speed of 208 mph.
Also not forget the Gumpert Apollo and the Porsche GT3 RS wearing HRE wheels.
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