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2010 Ferrari 458 Italia Nighthawk

The Ferrari 458 Italia is no doubt the most amazing car out there. Of course, with the right work, it can get even better. The guys from Cam-Shaft, Germany transformed the 458 into a real bullet. The car was made on request.

With the Cam Shaft ’Rivet Wrapping developed in 3D sheet metal and 5000 rivets included, the 570 HP supercar now looks like a Stealth Bomber. And next to the black matte wrapping, the customer also added a few "warnings" on his car: ’Beware of Jetblast’, ’Danger - Ejection Seat’ and ’Do not Paint’. Obviously, this owner doesn’t believe in the vehicle speaking for itself.

The car was wrapped in cooperation with Folienportal24 who provided the exclusive special colors of the films.

As a reminder, the galloping 458 Italia operates on a 4.5 Liter V8 engine equipped with the traditional Ferrari Ferrari flat crankshaft. It produces 570 HP at a rather high 9000 RPM which gives the future super car a power output of 127 HP/Liter. The Ferrari makes the 0 to 60 MPH sprint in just 3.4 seconds and won’t stop until it hits a top speed of 202 MPH.




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Oh yeah, the car is simply impressive. The increase in the topspeed of the car makes it a more awesome vehicle. It seems faster in terms of 0-60 mph.

I think this is the ugliest car among the modified version of Ferrari. The speed performance of the v8 is kind of powerful.

So where does the required front license plate go on this car?

They don’t look that odd in person and it’s still a Ferrari. smiley I was more than a bit surprised to see it sitting there Saturday, beautiful car.

They don’t look that odd in person and it’s still a Ferrari. smiley I was more than a bit surprised to see it sitting there Saturday, beautiful car.

Those wheels don’t match the Stealth Fighter look.

Pretty impressive supercar and yes it looks like a stealth bomber but the exterior and specs are really great.

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Nice! I, take issue with the wheels, but they can be replaced or imagined it was substituted. I would not pass up this sport car just over wheels that when in motion, go unnoticed.

Nice! It has a danger logo of the real night hawk.

It seems that this Italian supercar was themed after the notorious F-117 Nighthawk stealth attack aircraft with the matte gray vinyl wrap incorporating a rivet-style design.

Those wheels are too pimp daddy cheap looking and don’t match the Stealth Fighter look. Well, done as far as talent goes to do this. However, not especially tasteful or flattering to the Ferrari.

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