Following Kahn Design's tuning proposal for the coupe version of the Ferrari 458 Italia, the British brand has now turned its attention on the Spider model that sports an all-aluminium roof that rolls out from below the flying buttresses.
The first and probably only eye-catching changes made by Kahn are the new Monza forged wheels in sizes 21-inches up front and 22-inches at the back that come with original Ferrari caps and encompass yellow brake calipers.
According to the tuner's press blurb, "the Afzal Kahn touch comes complete with front and rear sections, ceramic brakes, wing shields, upgraded F1 gearbox and yellow brake calipers ensuring a mighty presence on the road".
To be honest, though, we can't say that we managed to see the "front and rear sections" nor the "wing shields" on the vehicle pictured here.
Kahn's usual song and dance about offering a bespoke "interior to match the colours of your favourite sports team or your business, complete with a crest or emblem incised within the car seats" is once again mentioned in the release, but this particular model doesn't feature any changes inside.