Ferrari 458 Italia And Lambo Huracan Show Off Misha Designs Body-Kits

If you’re going to show off your new wide-body design for the Ferrari 458 Italia, bringing out a similarly-dressed Huracan seems like something the camera would enjoy.

So yes, the reason why this black and white 458 has a very unique look to it, is its carbon fiber wide-body kit. The carbon is noticeable on the front apron, side skirts and rear spoiler, and works well together with the 21″ Giovanna wheels. The entire kit consists of a new hood, front spoiler, fenders, side skirts, rear wing, rear spoiler and diffuser. The Huracan is equally aggressive thanks to its own kit and they do also share matching colors – except for a little bit of extra ‘red’ on the Ferrari.

Aero mods aside, there’s no word on whether or not the two exotics are stock. If they are, then we’re looking at 570 PS (562 HP) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) for the 458 Italia, and 610 PS (601 HP) and 560 Nm (413 lb-ft) for the Huracan – both engines naturally aspirated.

The Ferrari is of course rear-wheel drive, while the Huracan sends its power to all four of its wheels, which is why it’s 0.2 seconds quicker to 100 km/h (62 mph). Top speed though is identical for both cars, rated at 325 km/h (201 mph).

Now, if you absolutely had to choose between the pair, are you going for the Bull or the Stallion?

Story references: Forcegt


  • fabri99

    No and no.

  • Six_Tymes

    Yes and yes. both look great. In my opinion these are the best looking body kits iv seen so far, and i’m not into kits at all. These match well and add a slightly different style to each car without looking gaudy.

  • Kash

    Why you gotta give the Lambo racoon eyes?

  • Zandit75

    Would have liked some more photos of the Lambo. It’s head and shoulders above the Ferrari in the looks department.

  • SteersUright

    Wow, didn’t even notice the Lambo next to that stunning GTB. Only design flaw, for me, with the GTB is those techno-looking weird headlights. Just don’t like the headlight design on any current Ferrari. The Lambo’s headlights actually look meaner, if a bit too bland though. Overall, the 488 really resembles the LaFerrari, which i love the look of.

    • Ben M

      Its not a GTB or a 488…

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  • Anoop Bharat

    Its a good kit but you can inspirations from Mansory and Liberty walk.

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