The guys at SR Auto Group are proud to announce this first look at a new kit for the Ferrari 458. The Canadian tuners will be one of the official dealers of the Japanese SVR Japan package, and this one looks like it could be a good seller. Lips have been added to the front, sides, and rear of the body kit, along with a new wing and wheels. Stay tuned for more SR Auto Group and SVR Japan projects as they work together on this Ferrari 458 kit, and high end exotic cars found all over the world.
With the dog days of summer approaching, SR Auto Group has released a new styling kit for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 called Project Berzerk. The tuners at SR Auto Group have previously worked on several Lambos with great success, so this project was nothing out of the ordinary. The Lamborghini Gallardo is already a beautiful car to begin with, and the addition of a new front bumper, carbon side skirts, and carbon rear spoiler keep the smooth lines in tact. A stunning ocean blue paint job brings the whole piece together along with a new set of Monotec T04 rims measuring 20-inches in a gloss black finish.
The German tuning company Carlsson has released a new package for the Mercedes-Benz SLK. Performance mods start off with a new C-Tronic kit to deliver more boost to the new CGI engines found in the SLK. The 200 CGI Mercedes SLK power was increased to 224 PS, while the SLK 250 CGI received 239 PS. A suspension kit was installed to lower the Benz up to 30 mm along with the new 18 to 20-inch wheels. Exterior styling improvements to the Mercedes include a new front lip spoiler, grille inserts, spoiler, and a diffuser at the rear.
The tuning company from Ohio called Switzer Performance has created a perfect performance kit for the Porsche Panamera. They didn’t add a whole bunch of body modifications, and instead decided to tune the Porsche where it would have the greatest effect. Under the hood you will find a direct-injected V8 with twin turbos and the Switzer P680 hardware. Two new turbos give the Porsche Panamera a better boost response with their billet compressor wheels, while the cooling system have been improved with a new intercooler.
The German car tuning firm DMC has released a new kit for the Ferrari FF called the Maximus. This new Ferrari design looks awfully similar to the Porsche Panamera with the rear end, however is only a two door model. The package from DMC consists of new bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser, trunk spoiler, and a rear wing. Up front it has been extended and lightened by 70 kg with the carbon fiber they used to construct the bumper. However, the real Ferrari FF performance lies under the hood with a twin supercharged 6.0-liter V12 engine.