GMG Racing is a California-based aftermarket tuning company that caters to some of Europe’s finest exotics. They’re also a multi-series racing team, which only adds to their already impressive credentials.

Packed with a steady combination of resources and industry know-how, GMG Racing took a Ferrari 458 Italia and gave it nice new body paint and some subtle performance enhancements.

Talking about the paint, GMG Racing coated the 458 Italia with a grey shade dubbed "Grigio Scuro." It’s not the kind of grey we’re used to, but the added shine makes it look stone cold awesome. From there, GMG Racing gave the Italian supercar a new aftermarket exhaust, a lowered suspension kit, sports springs from Novitec, and a new set of wheels from TBD.

No mention was made on how much horsepower was added to the supercar. Whatever that number is, we’re pretty confident that the number is north of 600 horsepower.

Sounds like a winner in our book.

  • 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia by GMG Racing
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  (509) posted on 10.8.2012

midocar, for me a tuned car should be better in more aspects than just color and height of the ride. i can tweak those in a regular shop. and i could ask the color from ferrari. got the idea?

  (516) posted on 10.8.2012

tinur, one good reason would be not to wait until ferrari gives you one. and that would worth the extra money.

  (422) posted on 10.8.2012

i don’t see why one would buy this ferrari instead of the original one. it’s not as tuned up as other tuners do.

  (452) posted on 10.8.2012

this car would look good even if it’s in its primer only, no paint at all.

  (475) posted on 10.8.2012

and what would be your recipe, john? cause i sure like it.

  (509) posted on 10.8.2012

take a low car and make it lower? not my recipe for success.

  (516) posted on 10.8.2012

i think this color makes the ferrari planer. it loses some of its awesomeness.

  (542) posted on 10.8.2012

grigio scuro means dark grey in italian. so they gave an italian car an italian paint.

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