Ferrari 458 Spider gets an elegant makeover by Kahn
Kahn is quite a revered name in the auto modding business. After doing up cars including Rolls Royce Ghost, Ferrari 458 Italia, Porsche Cayenne, Maybach 57, Aston Martin Cygnet, Audi Q7, and a 2012 Vesuvius edition Sport 300 just to name a few, the brand is now out with a makeover to the Ferrari 458 Spider. Sporting a silver makeover, the car sports redone front and rear sections, ceramic brakes, wing shields, upgraded F1 gearbox and yellow brake calipers and replaced the fabric roof of the convertible with a “sublime folding hardtop” that fold in 14 seconds, and is 25kg lighter than the equivalent, with just two moving parts that slot neatly into a gap between the engine and the seats, and the relatively compact space needed to house it means there’s a small rear luggage bench. It’s a question of taste whether a fabric roof would have looked better, but this car couldn’t be ugly if it tried.
The customised car sports leather electric sports seats, on the inside which can be further tailor made as per your requirements. Finished with 9×21” front and 12×22 Monza forged wheels with color caps of your choice, this baby will look quite pretty in your garage.