23-inch front and 24-inch rear forged wheels from Jules are wrapped in Michelin rubber to fill the voluminous arches, which have been mildly widened. Aft of the front fenders, a new set of vents appear, but it’s unclear if these will be functional in any way. With widened fenders, you need widened fascias, and the front and rear bumpers are new items, complete with a carbon fiber splitter up front and a new carbon diffuser at the rear. The latter integrates a new central exhaust exit with four tips. The rocker panels have also been reworked and feature carbon extensions at the rear.
Completing the obvious changes is a reduction in ride height courtesy of KW Suspensions, but as good as KW’s work is, it’s sacrilege to undo the work that Multimatic carried out to create arguably one of the most advanced suspension systems ever fitted to a production car. Then again, it’s a sacrifice worth making if you want a Ferrari wagon and can’t get your hands on the elusive 456 Venice GT.
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