Improving on a Ferrari design is tough - some would say impossible. But it's still attempted often enough, this time by the tuners at Inden Design.

Perhaps better known for their work with German cars - especially Mercedes-Benz - the tuners at Inden took a tried-and-true approach to tuning the Ferrari F430.

Adding carbon fiber and leather wherever possible, fitting a more aggressive - if somewhat awkward up front - body kit, slapping on 20in wheels and cranking up the engine's electronics to 525hp from the stock 490hp rating, the Inden F430 is a straightforward attempt at sharpening an already razor-sharp platform.

Other enhancements include a new stainless steel exhaust with a special damper control that automatically opens until full throttle, but can also be controlled remotely to modulate the engine's sound.