2019 Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha Review & Changes

2019 Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha Review & Changes – Maybe the comparison to the LaFerrari isn’t reasonable. With all that subjected carbon fiber, the widebodies 488 is much more like a spending budget version of the FXX K Evo client race car. Ferrari almost certainly doesn’t enjoy the comparison, however.

Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha Review
Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha Review

Most Ferraris are red. But this one acquired a Satin Lime Green wrap. This not only will make it about as consideration-getting as a G-string that stays out, but it additionally guards the fresh paint under. In fact, what is below? Simply because a Liberty Walk widebody kit is bolted into the body of the Ferrari, but this one appears like all-new pieces have been equipped. Six inches of overall extra girth dominates the back view.

Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha
Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha

There’s also a substantial rear diffuser and a wing that’s virtually as taller as the roof of the car. The side dresses are also carbon and appear about as pricey as a second-hands Civic. The front is ruling with its F1 influenced nostrils and considerable double splitter carbon lip. Its hood is coordinating the aggressiveness of the fender with its lager subjected carbon region in the midst.

Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha Changes
Ferrari 488 FXX K Evo Widebody by Misha Changes

The view from the back is especially wonderful, as the carbon wing structures the new lighting fixtures and that substantial air diffuser with six vertical rotor blades. We could virtually visualize individuals requesting if that’s a LaFerrari. Custom Savini 21-inch rear and 20-inch front wheels are used to bring consideration to how serious the fenders are. If you don’t want these, Misha has several lovers, so you might have fidget spinner alloys. Mischa will only make 20 of these extreme supercars. This one took place to should be to the company and was exhibited at the current SEMA show.