FERRARI SCUDERIA SPIDER 16M CONVERSION EDITION by ANDERSON GERMANY
The question of what would say the Italian car designer Enzo Ferrari (1898 to 1988) about modifications of his vehicles does not exist anymore. But such style icons by birth, prestigious sports or racing cars as Ferrari are still waiting for a quite finishing potential. The evidences of this were presented in an exclusive conversion from ANDERSON Germany headquartered in Dusseldorf.
As a ?base?, the Ferrari F430 Spider has been taken. ANDERSON Germany transformed Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M Conversion Edition through the exclusive reconstruction, which includes a front air dam, side skirts, a rear apron and adjustment of the exhaust system.
The bodywork was fitted with a black paint finish called Hyper Black. The Scuderia Stripes are in carbon steel with a yellow border. A tint on front and rear lights is not unseen. The exterior carbon package includes an engine grille, a rear diffuser, mirrors and covers under the hood.
The performance increase from 490 to now 569 hp resulted partly from a software optimization and from the exhaust system which, among other things, includes Renn-Kats and modified headers. And a three-level remote adjustable racing damper control is used as well. The weight savings achieved in this way were 29 kg; a rise of at least 38 hp as well as the special heat protection has positively influenced both security and performance.
The crew of the ANDERSON Germany equipped this Italian dream with a set of three-piece glossy black wheels with carbon and yellow border and 20-inch 235er tires at the front and 325er ? at the rear axle. The sport suspension is understandably in reasonable limits. The yellow brake caliper paint and window tinting still require a special mention.
The entire interior finishing was carried out with carbon black leather and Alcantara of the same color and yellow diamond Kederrand seams. The carbon package for the interior is in turn draws attention to the steering wheel, door handles, doorsill plates, handbrake lever and shift paddles. Sometimes one can mute the sound system with a DVD, a subwoofer and an amplifier and listen to the sound of the engine unit in silence…