10 Custom Built Ferraris That Will Blow You Away


Exclusivity matters nearly as much as style and performance when it comes to Ferrari. In the past, the Italian automaker only had a few dozen cars on the road each year. But things have since changed.   Now Ferrari boats numerous models in a myriad of styles.   From luxury to just flat out vicious when it comes to power and speed, the consumer can get most anything they want out of Ferrari.  However, even with all of these options there are still those that want their Ferrari custom built.  As such, we take a look at 10 custom built Ferraris that will blow you away.

458 Italia


There is no doubt that the E2M came correct with one of the best color schemes every Ferrari enthusiast loves. The icy Ferrari 458 is derived from the Challenge Trofeo Sportivo racing upgrade. So what makes this particular sports car different? The carbon fiber airbox and the custom-made 21-inch wheels will sweep you off your feet. The other alteration made to this car is the ECU reflash. This is the car that pushes the bhp from 562 to 602. So you can call it the monster. This car will cost you from $239,340.



The EC stands for Eric Clapton, the legendary musician who has been a long time owner of the Ferrari. To offer their dedication to the singer, the company did what any other leading company would do in memory of something or someone. They customized the car completely to his taste. The vented C-pillars with larger openings are sufficient to cool down this fast moving 4.5-litre V8 engine. This is the car that produces up to 165kW more power and 90Nm more torque than your ordinary 5.0-litre 12-cylinder unit. You will spend at least $4.7 million to own yourself one of these.

348 Targa

348 Targa

Formally in possession of the famous Mr. Hernando “Scratch” Gomez, a drug kingpin from the city of Bogota, Colombia, this 90’s era convertible Ferrari 348 Targa was and still is a masterpiece. The peculiar paint job is one of the most “fun” modifications put on this machine. It’s a 5-speed manual transmission car with steel platform and sub-frame. This is one of the most powerful sports car of the 1990s and still is a top custom built car today. It is estimated to be valued at $89,900.



If you are a Ferrari enthusiast, then you should remember what Novitec Rosso did to the Ferrari 458 Spider. After they were finished with it, the next car that was in line was the Ferrari FF. The same modifications were made by Novitec. The car features a highlighter yellow paint job that’s stunning. The carbon fiber also makes this car stand out and let’s not forget the aerodynamic tuning. With $295,000, you could walk away with this car and be very pleased that you did.



There is nothing as interesting as giving out a super elegant car to the best engineers in the world for modifications. After making the platinum gold Audi R8, Tyga hooked up with Ashanti Wheels and West Coast Customs to splash a customized new look to his Ferrari California. The fact that the car has emphasized rims and matte red paint makes it pop off on the road. The car hits 97 km/h (60 mph) in less than four seconds. You better have $202,723 if you wish to take this car home.



It was Jayceon’s idea to wrap the Ferrari F430 in platinum leather. This has to be the most creative exterior wrapping we’ve ever seen on a Ferrari. The car has a dry weight of 1,340 kg (2,954 lb) (80 kg lighter than the F430 Spider) and a curb weight of 1,440 kg (3,175 lb). With a transmission of ‎6-speed manual, you get the best road experience with this car. The price of the F430 ranges from $87,153–$250,649.

F12 Berlinetta


This is perhaps the sexiest and most outstanding custom jobs you will for a Ferrari. The metal-melting aria from the operatic engine is priceless. This car is everything you could ask for from an Italian supercar. The custom built F12 Berlinetta comes from a 730-hp 6.3-liter V-12 engine. Even before any modification, the F12 Berlinetta is one of the most comfortable cars from Ferrari. You will need at least $319,995 to walk away with this car.

599 GTB Fiorano F1


Who said a Ferrari must be bright red to stand out? When you look at Afzal Kahn’s newest work with the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano F1, you will wish black was the only color in the workshop. With a Nero Daytona (metallic black) exterior, this  car has front and rear section ceramic brakes, wing shields, yellow brake calipers, and upgraded F1 gearbox. This is not the most expensive Ferrari you still need $140,000 to own it.

599 GTB Fiorano


You will fall in love with the new splitter, new carbon fiber inlets and scoops, a new diffuser, and a new pair of shoes. The interior will equally blow your mind.  It’s got a traditional 6-speed manual transmission.  This car goes for $189,888.

Enzo ZXX


Did you know that the iconic nose of this Ferrari Enzo was at one time diving straight into the back of the Atlantic Ocean?  This car has a bit of tragic history. It’s the same car that painfully lost control and fell off track into a watery crash. However, some touches and modifications were made to the Ferrari Enzo. Competition-tuned Enzo had 180 additional horses before it crashed. ZR Auto owner Zahir Rana vowed to give it new life and speed.  He added another 110 horsepower. The result was the ZXX.

This machine now has Edo Competition wheels, a highly tuned V12, a new exhaust and a bright white yellow paint job. The ZXX is now the fastest Enzo ever with a total of 950 horsepower. There is no doubt that this is a masterpiece. This is why it costs $3 million.

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