/Misha Designs Unveils Superb Ferrari 458 Styling Kit

Misha Designs Unveils Superb Ferrari 458 Styling Kit

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American tuner Misha Designs has sent us the first preview pictures of a new body kit they are working on for the Ferrari 458 Italia, and it is, simply put, awesome. Even Misha themselves believe this is the greatest thing they have ever made.

Inspired, seemingly, by the LaFerrari FXX K, Misha Designs Ferrari 458 kit comes in two different versions. There is the regular version which includes the hood, front bumper, fender, side skirts and an aggressive rear bumper and wing, and to be honest looks plenty crazy enough to us.

But those who want something truly unique can get the Limited Edition Ferrari 458 wide body kit, of which only 20 units will be made. This one includes custom hood, front bumper, front fenders, side skirts with air ducts and a 3 inch wide rear panels, rear bumper diffuser and the utterly magnificent FXX-K-inspired rear wing.

All the components of Misha Designs Ferrari 458 are made from carbon fiber and some of them, in strategic places, are left unpainted and exposed to the view. The modifications are so deep it, the whole thing looks more like a facelift than a styling kit, and frankly it looks a lot cooler than the new 488 GTB. Misha is currently taking orders for both versions of the kit, but we reckon the Limited Edition will soon get sold out.

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