This yellow Prior-Design Ferrari 458 Italia by Creative Bespoke is an aggressive beauty

Article by Christian A., on February 16, 2017

Perhaps many would agree that the Ferrari 458 Italia is one of the Italian carmaker’s most beautiful sports cars. A few may even argue that it is its absolute finest vehicle by far. Notwithstanding the power that sits underneath the hood of this fusion of engineering and art, the Ferrari 458 Italia is a sight to behold thanks to its elegance, sophistication and sporty style.

Essentially, the Ferrari 458 Italia is defined by a mastery of dynamic flowing lines, powerful curves, a sleek profile and an aerodynamic body. Nevertheless, this exotic Italian beauty still has the potential to become more sportily beautiful. This was recently proven by Creative Bespoke of Scottsdale, Arizona, a premier auto brokerage firm that provides custom exotic and luxury vehicles. Creative Bespoke came up with this customized Ferrari 458 Italia finished in bright yellow color and wrapped in PD458 Widebody Aerodynamic Kit from tuning firm Prior-Design.

In particular, the PD458 Widebody Aero Kit is comprised of several aerodynamic add-on features for the body of the Ferrari F458 Italia. These features include front installations like the PD458 Bonnet, PD458 Vented Engine Covers, PD458 Widebody Front Bumper, PD458 Widebody Front Add-On Lip Spoiler and PD458 Widebody Front Widenings. On the sides, installed are PD458 Sideskirts and PD458 Sideskirts Add-On Spoiler.

The rear end of the Ferrari F458 Italia is fitted with PD458 Rear Bumper, PD458 Diffusor, PD458 CupWings and PD458 Rear Trunk Spoiler, as well as PD458 Rear Vents Inserts and PD458 Widebody Rear Widenings. Most of these aero elements are also finished in bright yellow color to match the body of the Ferrari 458 Italia. Interestingly, the colors of the Italian flag can be found on the lower center of the sports car’s front end.

Topping off the modifications made on the Ferrari 458 Italia is a set of new Forgiato Fratello-ECL alloy wheels -- which has spokes trimmed in yellow and black combo -- sport Fi Exhaust system from Jin Performance. Creative Bespoke also made some modifications underneath the Ferrari 458 Italia, like the installation of a new suspensions system.

The overall result is a superbly exquisite yellow Prior-Design Ferrari 458 Italia that looks more dynamic and more aggressive on the road. Not only that, these modifications provided the mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, two-door coupe with certain advantages in aerodynamics.

Further medications on the inner workings of the Ferrari 458 Italia were not mentioned. So, we believed that this Prior-Design Ferrari 458 Italia is still powered by an aluminum block DOHC 32-valve 4.5-liter V8 engine -- with direct fuel injection – that delivers 562 hp of max output at 9,000 rpm and 398 lb-ft of peak torque available at 6,000 rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual gearbox.

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