24 December 2005

Hamann has put together an aerodynamics package designed to improve the performance of the already rather able Ferrari F430. Redesigned front and rear spoilers and a newly developed sports exhaust system have been added, the latter allegedly improving performance by 48bhp over the standard car's 483bhp.

The exterior changes are available in either carbon-kevlar or fibreglass, and Hamann has also introduced three new alloy wheel options. Two 19-inch options are available, and one 20-inch. A newly designed adjustable coil suspension and sports brake system have also been added to improve driving response.

Hamann also plans to offer a Sport Kit 620, which promises to add two superchargers to further boost the F430's power output to 620bhp at 6870 rpm, with 465 lb ft of torque at 5340 rpm. The Sport Kit 620 will be available from March.

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