As the name suggests, the F460GT increases upon the standard 4.3L displacement of the F430's V8 engine by 0.3L bringing it to 4.6L. That increase in size along with the inclusion of some bolt-on parts brings power up to 508hp (379kW) and 353lb-ft (479Nm) of torque.
The power upgrade is enough to send the F460GT to 62mph (100km/h) in 3.8 seconds, complete the 1/4mile (400m) in 11.7 seconds, and run the standing kilometer (0.62mi) in 20.9 seconds. Top speed is above 199mph (320km/h) according to IDING Power.
The bolt-on additions include a full exhaust and a carbon fiber intake. Other essential elements of the F460GT include unique springs and dampers, a full 12-piece aerodynamic body kit, magnesium forged wheels and carbon-ceramic brake rotors. All cars come with a unique identifier plate and serial number marking them as part of the limited-edition conversion.
Optional components include a new navigation system, carbon fiber interior decorative elements, a selection of 'RS-style' rear wings, and upgraded steel brake rotors instead of the more expensive carbon-ceramic.
The kit will set you back a massive ¥16,200,000 ($181,700), however - enough to buy a brand-new Nissan GT-R SpecV outright.