• 2011 Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M Conversion Edition by Anderson Germany

There aren’t exactly a ton of tuning kits for the Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M simply because there’s not much to change on the special edition to begin with. It’s cool, fast, beautiful, and, unfortunately, sold out. So what’s there to do if the itch for a Scuderia Spider 16M suddenly develops? Well, you can hop on the phone and give Anderson Germany a call, for starters. The tuning firm’s latest package allows ownership of a 16M style vehicle without the limited edition hurdle to jump over. The kit starts off with a Ferrari F430 Spider with a number of additions to not only make it 16M ready, but to allow for more horsepower as well.

The design aspect of the 16M Conversion Edition begins with a Hyper Blackpaint finish that is then combined with Scuderia Stripes in carbon steel with a yellow border. Carbon fiber elements are then put in and make up the engine grille, rear diffuser, mirrors, and covers under the hood. Other features that lend more to the 16M style include a front air dam, side skirts, a rear apron, and an adjustment of the exhaust system. The exterior is then finished off with a new set of 20" three-piece glossy black wheels with a carbon and yellow border to match the Scuderia stripes. The interior is a little less drastic with the addition of carbon black leather and Alcantara and yellow diamond Kederrand seams.

The greatest addition to the standard F430 is the extra horsepower pumping out of the 4,300 cc 90° V8 engine. With the help of a software optimization and new Renn-Kats headers and exhaust system, the 16M Conversion Edition can now run 570 HP, up from even the standard 16M’s 490 HP. The bonus 80 HP is then better handled with an adjustable suspension system.

  • 2011 Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M Conversion Edition by Anderson Germany
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  (374) posted on 12.14.2011

Unlike with you guys, I still find this tuning vehicle as an awesome and stunning Ferrari car. Moreover, even though it is not popular just like the other Ferrari, it is as yet reasonable and practical to buy.

  (517) posted on 12.8.2011

Yeah, I have to agree with that, and I think it will look better if it is on a white or yellow body paint, what do you think? smiley Anyway, I’m glad that they still maintain to have an impressive engine.

  (397) posted on 07.18.2011

This is almost a perfect tune of Anderson Germany. Every angle of the car is promising especially its interior. Is it much better if they use some other color? How’s that folks?

  (619) posted on 07.8.2011

I noticed that the tuning company Anderson Germany is fond of using black color for the paint job! BTW, its a good thing as well that they have offered an engine upgrade on their tuning package.

  (458) posted on 07.8.2011

Well, I think this model is not that popular among Ferrari cars. However, I have to admit that I was glad that Anderson Germany made an upgrade in the speed performance of this car!

  (714) posted on 07.1.2011

Well, not really a waste of time. Just take a look at the results, these tuned up cars are definitely some of the best looking machines around. It’s just too bad that they are really costly.

  (599) posted on 06.30.2011

This Scuderia Spider 16M is almost perfect at each point of view. But the bad thing on this one is its sold out. I think conversion or tuning cars like this is just a waste of time.

  (580) posted on 06.30.2011

Good thing that they ramped out the performance on this one a lot. At first, I though that they just did aesthetic modifications here, but I was surprised to find out that they also did a lot on the engine.

  (320) posted on 06.29.2011

Actually, this one looks a bit similar to the 458 Italia custom that they unveiled late last year. But that is not to say that this one is not good, in fact, this car certainly has awesomeness written all over it.

  (458) posted on 06.29.2011

I don’t know about it, but it seems that Anderson Germany really has a big love for the color black. But I would say that they are really putting that one to good use, especially with the work they did here.

  (449) posted on 06.29.2011

Well, I have seen a lot of aftermarket version of this car and most of all try to modified the look of the car. And I’m so impressed with the boost power of this car for 80 hp is not a joke at all.

  (368) posted on 06.29.2011

Wow! As expected from the Anderson Germany, they really make an awesome version. The speed performance of the car is great. The exterior seems so sporty as well as the interior. However, I just wonder on what is the lap time record of this car in the Nurburgring track?

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