A company called Casil Motors is taking after the success of Singer Vehicle Design and is looking to establish itself through a customization and restoration service for the Ferrari 328 GTB and 328 GTS.
Casil Motors offered the world a glimpse of its first product, the BB3X8 FDP, at last year’s SEMA Show, and now additional images and details of this vehicle have been announced. Production will be capped to just 30 units worldwide, with Casil leaving no stone unturned when transforming a 328 into the BB3X8 FDP.
In creating the first BB3X8 FDP, Casil Motors fitted the Italian sports car with a bespoke wide bodykit made from a combination of kevlar and carbon fiber. In addition, the car is outfitted with air suspension and incorporates a special grey paint scheme alongside aftermarket wheels. Like the restored and customized Porsche 911s sold by Singer, Casil Motors will allow its customers to spec their vehicles to their individual taste.
Much of Casil’s work is focused on the 3.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 powering the 328. The company has designed a set of independent throttle bodies for the V8, giving it character and performance unlike any standard 328. Casil says the implementation of independent throttle bodies and a number of other modifications will allow the V8 to produce 400 hp, the same as the iconic Ferrari 288 GTO.
Casil can also modify the sports car’s interior with leather and other materials that tickle the owner’s fancy. However, it has yet to announce how much one of its upgraded 328s will cost.