One Fine Ferrari.
There’s nothing quite like the Ferrari 458 Italia. It’s the quintessential modern day Italian super car. The 458 Italia has the classic Italian wedge-shaped design, mid-mounted V-8, incredible driving dynamics, and exotic design that sets it apart from other super cars on the road. This Ferrari 458 Italia takes things even further with its confident stance highlighted by new Brixton Forged GM5 Targa Series forged wheels.
This Ferrari 458 Italia has been refined into an exotic work of art that glides through air with the symphony of eight cylinders erupting like the hooves of prancing horses. Its voice bellows through a new IPE F1 valvetronic exhaust system complete with headers and a catalytic converter bypass setup, making the high-revving 4.5-liter V-8 sound utterly magnificent.
While its song will catch the attention of many, its stance will drop jaws. The entire Ferrari 458 Italia was outfitted with a new Novitec Rosso adjustable suspension that can lower the super car for a clean, flush fitment. Inside those wheel wells sit new Brixton Forged CM5 Targa Series wheels measuring a staggered 9.5 x 21 front and 12.0 x 22 rear to emphasize the wedge-shaped proportions.
The lightweight 6061-T6 forged aluminum alloy wheels keep weight to a minimum where it matters most, allowing for ultimate performance. In the style department, the Brixton Forged CM5 Targa Series wheels don’t disappoint with their detailed Fine Texture Forged Bronze discs and Gloss Forged Bronze outer lips, adding a unique complementing touch to the exterior of the 458 Italia.
This Italian thoroughbred is a work of high performance art thanks to its new stance and style.
Vehicle: Ferrari 458 Italia
Wheels: Brixton Forged CM5 Targa Series
Wheel Finish: Fine Texture Bronze disc and Gloss Bronze outer lip
Front Wheels: 9.5 x 21
Rear Wheels: 12.0 x 22
Suspension: Novitec Rosso adjustable
Engine: IPE F1 valvetronic exhaust, headers, and cat bypass
Ferrari 458 Italia with Brixton Forged CM5 Targa Wheels Gallery
Source: Brixton Forged
Photography: Jason Manchester