/MEC Design Gives Ferrari 458 a Farewell Gift

MEC Design Gives Ferrari 458 a Farewell Gift

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With the launch of the new 488 GTB at the Geneva Motor Show, pretty soon the lovely Ferrari 458 Italia will be called into the office and handed its retirement papers. To try and cheer up the owners of this model, tuner MEC Design has come up with a parting gift for the 458. It’s an updated version of their Scossa Rossa styling package.

Some of you may already be familiar with MEC Design Ferrari 458 package, but in its latest iteration the body kit comes with a 3 piece front lip spoiler, awesome looking winglets on the sides of the bumper, side skirts and side skirt extension, and 3 piece rear diffuser with under-ride protection that gives the back of the car a whole new look.

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Also included in the package is MEC Design lowering suspension with up to 60mm reduction in ride height and a set of meCCon series type CCd5 in matte black. The wheels measure 9,5Jx21 and 12,5Jx21 inch front and rear with 245 and 345 tires respectively.

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MEC Design also offers for the Ferrari 458 Italia a sports exhaust system, sound version Apocalypse, and an interior kit consisting of carbon/ leather sports steering wheel, 6 piece carbon dashboard, 3 piece carbon middle console. Even the doors get a 4 piece carbon trim package.

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