Black Beauty: Anderson Germany Ferrari F430 Spyder 16M



The Ferrari F430 was one of my favorite modern-day exotic cars until the 458 Italia took its place.  Nevertheless, the F430 still holds a special place in my heart and thankfully there are still car tuning firms that like to give the F430 some lovin’.

Anderson Germany took a Ferrari F430 Spyder and gave it the Scuderia 16M treatment.  On the exterior, the tuned Ferrari F430 gets a beautiful custom black paint job with the Scuderia stripes finished in carbon with yellow pinstripes around it.  The bodywork has been upgraded tastefully with a new front air dam, side skirts, and a really sexy rear apron.  The headlights and taillights have been smoked out to give the car an even stealthier look.  A set of hot looking 20” rims are installed that also have the carbon treatment and a yellow stripe around the outer edges.  The suspension is upgraded with a three-level adjustable racing damper system.


The black and yellow theme continues on the interior and it looks amazing.  The seats are finished in black leather and Alcantara and feature yellow border stripes.  The same yellow stripes are also placed on the door panels, dashboard, and the center console.  The tuner also threw in carbon fiber trim on various pieces such as the steering wheel, the shift levers, door handles, hand brake lever, and the door sill plates.

A super-hot tuned car like this wouldn’t be complete without the addition of some extra horsepower and the Anderson Germany tuned Ferrari F430 Scuderia 16M doesn’t disappoint.  The ECU has been tuned and a sports exhaust added to boost power from 490 to 569 horsepower.

Overall this package looks great, it is one of the nicest F430 Spyders I’ve ever seen and I absolutely love it.


Via: Anderson Germany

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