Posted on: Aug 19, 2012 | 10,765 reads

Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo

The Japanese tuners return with the Prancing Horse's drop-top 360.
Tokyo, Japan-based tuning firm Office-K has made a habit recently of customizing expensive and rare Italian Spiders. Last week we saw a clean white Ferrari 458 Spider from the eccentric shop and now we have an even bolder yellow tuning job based on its two-generations-prior predecessor, complete with Prancing Horse graphics and big new wheels. For starters, the exterior of the Ferrari 360 Spider, which was built from 2001-05, has been enhanced by the use of an RSD body kit.
Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo
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The kit is complete with a new front spoiler, side skirts, integrated rear diffuser and bumper and a rear wing courtesy of German tuning firm Hamann. Thanks to a lowered suspension, the tuned 360 Spider has a unique ride profile while it sits on a set of new Vellano wheels. The chrome-plated shoes make a vain attempt at blending in with the Spider's yellow paint job. A Prancing Horse graphic along with the word "Spider" spelled out on the side doesn't help either. Another addition by the Office-K crew has been an M.S. Racing Exhaust system for an even more boisterous note from its 3.6-liter V8.
Rated at 400 horsepower, the 360 Spider can accelerate from 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds and can reach a top speed of 180mph, down 9mph from its coupe counterpart. So we've seen Office-K's work on the 360 Spider and the 458 Spider. Lets wait and see if they decide to fill in the gap with the F430 Spider sometime soon.
Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo
Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo
Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo
Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo
Ferrari 360 Spider Tuned in Tokyo



 
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