The first non-Ferrari thing that comes to mind when we think about the Prancing Horse is… Lamborghini, an automotive producer that was established in 1963. Ferruccio Lamborghini, the Raging Bull’s founder blended the experience of owning a Ferrari with his enormous ego and this is how Lambo was founded (he wanted to show Enzo Ferrari how to build a proper sports car for the road).
Neither of the two great men are among us today, but their cars stand as legacies, rewriting the rules of the automotive world every once in a while. So, many automotive enthusiasts have a big dilemma (whether they’re just chatting with friends or actually willing to buy a supercar): Ferrari or Lamborghini.
However, it seems that a Japanese tuner has stepped on unholy ground, creating a Lamborghini-style exterior kit for the outgoing Ferrari F430, as Auto Veloce via JonSibal writes. Auto Veloce is offering the Lamborghini Super Veloce (SV)-style body kit as part of its Super Veloce (shouldn't this name be a Lamborghini trademark?) product line. The F430 has been fitted with a Lambo front fascia, side air intakes and rear wing. The package is available for both the coupe and the cabrio. And it seems like the kit, albeit in a ”milder” form, is also available for the Ferrari 360 Modena.
Our say: Although it doesn’t look bad, this is sacrilege. However, we’re sure that there are enough people who would spend their money on it. So, could you please hack our website and delete the pictures for us? (smiley)