Inden Design boosts power to 518bhp
22 July 2009

German tuner Inden Design has launched its version of the Ferrari F430 Spider.

Styling changes, including a new carbonfibre diffuser, side flaps, and front and rear spoilers, improve the car’s aerodynamics. These changes help to boost the F430’s top speed to 186mph.

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New sports suspension added lowers the F430’s ride height, while a stainless steel exhaust system and some ECU tweaks boost the power output by 35bhp, to 518bhp.

Lightweight 20-inch alloy wheels with 235/30 R20 tyres at the front and 325/25 R20s at the rear have also been included.

Interior changes are kept to a minimum, but Inden has added extra leather and carbonfibre trim. It's being coy about how much the car will cost, though; no prices have been released.

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