The special edition Ferrari 458 Challenge has been upgraded by Liberty Walk with a bodykit called Silhouette.

The Ferrari 458 Italia is a high-performance supercar that has a perfect appearance and hardly needs any modifications. However, with Liberty Walk tuning company this concept does not exist and Liberty Walk has created a unique bodykit specifically for the Ferrari 458 called Silhouette. It can be said that this is a bodykit that clearly shows the wild nature of the 458 Challenge.

For the Silhouette project, the Japanese tuning company Liberty Walk replaced many body parts with carbon fiber. Easily recognizable points are the new grille cluster, front bumper with unique air splitter and aerodynamic canards.

In addition, Liberty Walk’s Silhouette kit also has a new hood with two embossed lines, a hood with air intakes, panels reminiscent of the 458 Speciale and a black painted Ferrari badge.

Liberty Walk then equipped with new rearview mirrors made of carbon fiber, new door panels and aerodynamically optimized side skirts.

Liberty Walk’s work on the Ferrari continues at the rear, where a new, taller spoiler and vertical bars run down the center.

There’s also a bold new diffuser design that not only adds to the aesthetic appeal but also helps increase downforce.

The entire body of the car is made from carbon fiber, so it’s hard to imagine this car getting scratched when running on the track or getting bumped.

In terms of power, the original Ferrari 458 Challenge only needs 1 minute and 16.5 seconds to complete a Fiorano lap, 2 seconds faster than the F430 Challenge supercar.

Ferrari 458 Challenge is equipped with a 4.5 liter V8 engine, producing 570 horsepower at 9,000 rpm. Ferrari engineers changed the 458’s structure and transmission ratio, recalibrating the dual clutch to improve torque at lower engine speeds.

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