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Ferrari F430 by INDEN

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The German tuner Inden-Design just modified a Ferrari F430, boosting its looks and performance. While the tuner hasn't revealed the price tag for the Inden-Design F430, the car is more likely aimed at the market niche represented by consumers with an insatiable appetite for spending.

The Inden F430 special edition was developed to reach a top speed of over 300 km/h with ease. In the aerodynamic department, the Haiger-based auto tuner mounted a modified front spoiler to properly redirect the flow of air so it can decrease wind resistance and glue the front end of the car to the ground.

The side-flaps were designed with the same aerodynamic efficiency in mind, not just muscular looks. At the back, the Ferrari received a modified carbon diffuser and a rear valance to increase balance and stability for the pulling rear track.

Speaking of track, this has been widened both in front and at the back with the help 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. In order to achieve a neutral and focused handling even at high speeds, the tuners from Inden tuned the suspension in order to obtain a reasonable ride stiffness.

In the engine department, Inden installed a stainless steel sport exhaust with damper control and Kat replacement tubes, along with new engine electronics and raised the power of the car by 35 hp. The interior of the car features a customizable choice of leather upholstery while the center console is made out of carbon fiber.
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