German tuner Inden-Design has now turned its creative genius towards the Ferrari F430, enhancing both its looks and performance. The Inden Ferrari F430 special edition has been reworked to achieve a top sped of 300 km/h.
For improved aerodynamics, Inden-Design mounted a modified front spoiler to redirect the flow of air; this decreases wind resistance and keeps the front of the car glued to the ground.
Contributing to pulling off the muscular look are its side-flaps, which serve a double purpose that is, to make it more efficient aerodynamically. In its rear, the vehicle gets a modified carbon diffuser and a rear valance to increase balance and stability for the pulling rear track.
The track has been widened both in front and at the back through the use of bigger lightweight wheels. The front wheels were equipped with 8.5x20 rims and 235/30 R 20 ultra-performance tires. The back has been fitted with 12x20 size rims and 325/25 R20 tires.
At high speeds, Inden tuned the suspension to obtain a reasonable ride stiffness, resulting to neutral handling.
A stainless steel sport exhaust, which had damper control and Kat replacement tubes, was installed.
The engine also has new electronics, raising the power of the car by 35 hp. For the interior, leather upholstery refines the look of the dashboard and sport wheel covers. Inden utilized nano-sealing for its varnish for long-lasting protection.
Also featured is a center console made of carbonfiber. The carâ€š two-seat cockpit allows for a racing look. If you want even more modifications, Inden offers an extensive list of special equipment options.