autoevolution
Car video reviews:
 

Ferrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. Joker Is a 605 HP Comic Strip

Over the years, we've all seen our fair share of Batman-themed supercar wraps. And while the angular styling curs of Raging Bulls mean most second skin jobs of the sort usually target Lamborghinis (Batventador, anybody?), today we're here to show you a stunning Batman vs. Joker wrap that uses a Ferrari as a canvas.
Ferrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. Joker 19 photos
Ferrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. JokerFerrari 458 Speciale Batman vs. Joker
The starting point of this customisation adventure is a Ferrari 458 Speciale. And now that Ferrari has left both V8 natural aspiration and the Luca di Montezemolo uber-limited production eras behind, the collector car value of the Speciale has exploded.

While Gotham's protector gets his share of the 605 hp supercar, we can say the same thing about the let's-put-a-smile-on-that-face guy. Somehow, the yellow calipers of the 458 Speciale, which signal the presence of carbon ceramic stopping hardware, seem to integrate with the colors used here.

Heck, this theme is so powerful that the black and white part, which covers more than the colorful one, speaks as loudly as possible - we're inviting you to zoom in on the tons of little details in the image gallery above (the second skin job comes from Dsw Wrapping).

Perhaps the most striking part of the supercar comes from the Ferrari shields on the front fenders. And that's because the Prancing Horse logos have been replaced with those of the hero and the anti-hero.

This reminds us of the time when Maranello sent Deadmau5 a cease and desist letter, asking the Candian music producer the remove the Nyan Cat theme of his 458. Among the bits that annoyed the Italian automaker the most, we could find the custom Purrari badges.

The DJ ended up removing the custom aura of the Italian exotic, but the story didn't end there. While the decibel creator moved on to other customized supercars, carmakers like Nissan didn't miss the opportunity to troll Ferrari for its uber-tight attitude.

 
 
 
 
 

Would you like AUTOEVOLUTION to send you notifications?

You will only receive our top stories