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Vossen Forged Ferrari 458’s

Posted on May 18, 2015 by

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There’s something really special about a Novitec-outfitted Ferrari 458. The bits of carbon flare that encompass the 458’s aesthetic really set it apart from its OEM counterpart, which is rare because in so many cases it’s impossible to truly improve on the an exotic car’s original design. So when one Novitec Ferrari 458 happens upon another Novitec Ferrari 458, it’s as if the stars have aligned and all is balanced in the world, and for any passersby that are fortunate enough to witness it, it’s nothing short of breathtaking. Enter: The Vossen Forged Ferrari 458’s.

Ferrari 458 Novitec - Vossen Forged Precision Series - © Vossen Wheels 2015 - 1075Now, those privy eyes might recognize the white 458, shown above and in the video from an certain eBay listing and Jalopnik article some years ago, and you’re correct. We managed to track down the new owner of our previous Ferrari 458 Novitec project to come out and snap some photos and film some video with us. And while he didn’t pay the $1.3 million asking price, he was satisfied enough with his experience to come back and re-outfit the 458 with a different Precision Series model, the VPS-307.

Ferrari 458 Novitec - Vossen Forged Precision Series - © Vossen Wheels 2015 - 1171

Meanwhile, on the otherside of the road, and elevator, you’ll find our current Ferrari 458 project, in a very rare Rosso Fuoco Opaco matte metallic red paint. Also fitted with all of Novitec’s trimmings, the RFO (also an abbreviation for red foreign object, given it’s exotic roots) sports our VPS-310 wheels, completing the pair of Vossen Forged Ferrari 458’s.

Ferrari 458 Novitec - Vossen Forged Precision Series - © Vossen Wheels 2015 - 1097

Watch the video above to see this stunning pair of Vossen Forged Ferrari 458s cross paths and cruise the streets of Miami!


About the Author

Sam Dobbins

Many years as an automotive photojournalist, with work published in countless worldwide publications, have led to Sam's role as Vossen's Creative Director, traveling around the world to document the culture of Vossen and its supporters.