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Vorsteiner Tackles the Ferrari 458 Italia - Web Exclusive

This time it’s the turn of new the Ferrari 458 Italia.

Greg Emmerson
Jun 6, 2012
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US tuning specialist, Vorsteiner has introduce the latest addition to its expanding range of components for exotic sports cars. This time it’s the turn of new the Ferrari 458 Italia, which is headling by the Vorsteiner 458-V program.

With an eye for detail and a reputation for high-quality parts, the 458-V includes a front spoiler as well as a rear deck spoiler to balance from the aerodynamic downforce. A rear diffuser with extended aero fins is also available, as well as side skirts, and everything is made using the company’s autoclave pre-preg carbon fiber for durability and light weight.

Additionally, Vorsteiner has its own 20 or 21” forged aluminum wheels that can be powdercoated or painted to an individual’s specification.

For more details, visit www.vorsteiner.com

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Vorsteiner
800-601-7615
http://www.vorsteiner.com
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