This is a project I continue to watch closely as it takes shape. Now ASI has completed their Scuderia type exhaust for the Ferrari F430. Here you can see it with ASI’s incredible rear bumper.
Note the high mount dry carbon GT Wing from ASI as well. This is the most sinister F430 rear end I’ve seen yet. To me nothing beats a top level Japanese tuned Ferrari. Between this and the Garage Saurus Ferrari F550 Maranello (another personal favorite of mine), I think the Japanese do aftermarket tuning the best for Ferrari.
More ASI updates are coming as the project continues.
ASI’s Ferrari F430 – More pics have surfaced:
This is supremely great. Notice that this unfinished design (they’re still finishing it up) allows a Scuderia exhaust (coming soon by ASI) or the traditional side exit exhausts. This is the supreme rear profile of a Ferrari F430.
Here’s the front of the ASI kit. While some will criticize that it is not different enough from the factory bumper, there are certainly differences. The side profile (not shown here) gives a better perspective on ASI’s design differences.
Yes, this kit is functional and saves loads of weight but beyond that it satisfies my one most important criteria. It will look great 10 years from now. I guarantee it. Classic is classic. This kit is timeless which is why I appreciate it so much.
Due to my personal fascination with ASI’s quality builds and their entry into the Ferrari market, we’ve been watching the F430 take shape on this blog. From the first mention of it, to the design concepts, we’ve all I think enjoyed watching another quality project take shape.
Well now ASI has released pricing and we’re offering it for pre-order to any of those lucky enough to own a F430 and have some extra cash to play around with to step it up to ASI levels of quality and style.
As expected, the parts are not cheap. As expected also, the car looks absolutely incredible! ASI understands design and style at a deep level…never mind the amazing aero design, just look at how they come up with nice appropriate details like the ASI logo turned into Italian colored central racing stripes ala the Scuderia. ASI is on their game. I’m excited to watch them grow into the dominating force they are becoming in worldwide exotic car tuning.
So as we can see, there are two different wing heights they are planning. Also the rear bumper can accomodate the factory positioned side exit tips as well as the Scuderia type high center exit exhaust.
Although these images are clearly computer generated, the actual kit does exist and they are entering into production soon.
Contact me if you or anyone you know is interested in ASI, I’d love to be a part of one of these builds soon
Ben – 213 745 6954
Here’s an ASI F430 spotting:
A comparison between the ASI bumper and the factory bumper
This is not yet the official introduction but already the ASI F430 parts are looking really nice! I need a better angle on that rear wing, it looks awkward right now but I know its just the angle of the picture. That rear bumper looks sexy and the front bumper looks suprisingly OEM.
Its been getting a bit overwhelming with rapid rate of progress over at ASI on this Ferrari kit. I hope you are all not getting tired of it yet, I’m certainly not.
Here’s the latest news from ASI (I still prefer Design A but they are all pretty damn good!):
And yes…it is really happening:
Artwork on the car? ASI seems to be considering artwork on the car, much like their Bentley demo cars. I’ll be the first to say that I hope they dont do this to the Ferrari, at least not like this rendering…