Most would agree modifying a Ferrari is sacrilege yet there remains enough demand out there to warrant aftermarket tuners like Japan’s T2-G to develop unique pieces for the rare Italian exotics. Thankfully their custom kit for the F430 remains as tasteful as the original and also manages to add a bit more aggression to the supercar.

The kit consists of a new front bar, which replaces the original version’s twin air intakes with a single black band that almost resembles the gaping mouth of a shark. The actual intake pipes have been replaced with carbon-fiber and the light weight material can also be optioned for a new lower lip.

New side skirts lead to revised intake covers just behind the doors and give the car a more aggressive stance, while the rear of the car dons a new bumper with a carbon-fiber diffuser.

It’s not surprising to see a Japanese tuner develop aftermarket pieces for an Italian supercar brand. Japan ranks very highly for Ferrari sales after the U.S. and the Middle East and has in the past received several special edition models unique to the country such as the recent 612 Scaglietti Cornes.