Italian tuning company, Fenice Milano, is the kind of tuner that doesn’t get into many headlines because they produce programs about as frequently as we see blue moons.
But whenever these guys have something new in store for its clients, it gets everybody’s attention, even if they have a new program for a car that’s, say, 10 years old.
That’s what they have for the Ferrari 360 Modena, a renewed program for the popular Italian supercar that served as a stylistic precursor to the F430 and the 458 Italia.
The program is called the ‘Su Misura F101,′ and includes an extensive integration of internal and external aesthetic components made of carbon fiber and fiber glass. Aerodynamically, the 360 Modena was given a slew of new components, including a new front bumper, new side skirts, a new suspension set-up with totally adjustable shock absorbers and springs, a new quad-pipe stainless steel exhaust system, and a new set of 20" three-piece, forged wheels, machined from aluminum. Inside, a list of modifications were also included, featuring adjustable seats in carbon, a new roll bar in the passenger compartment, and a new multi-media navigation center and satellite arm.
The Italian supercar also received a new ECU courtesy of Fenice Milano, which takes the car’s performance levels up a few notches north of the standard model. The new ECU also comes with a suction system, and while the Italian tuning firm didn’t reveal the increased numbers, you can expect it to be significantly more than what the standard 360 Modena and its 395-horsepower 3.6-liter V8 engine output is capable of producing.