If you've thought that luxury automakers like Lexus, BMW, and Audi were a bit excessive with their options list, well, you haven't seen anything yet.
That's because when you get to the likes of Porsche and Ferrari, these automakers leave the other guys behind when it comes to customization and tricking out your wheels.
Take a look at Porsche's configurator. You can essentially fall down a "rabbit hole" and burn a lot of time figuring out what color your seatbelts should be and if your air vents really do need leather-covered slats.
Ferrari, on the other hand, is infamously known for doing anything its clientele asks for provided a checkbook is involved. However, there is plenty one could get through its personalization program dubbed after Carrozzeria Scaglietti, the coachbuilder of choice for Ferrari race cars in the 1950s.
But if you'd like to skip the Italian and see first-hand what can be done, check out this tricked-out Ferrari 458 Italia that's been given more than $100,000 in factory upgrades.
FortyOneSix takes a less than serious but revealing look at the bits and bobs that add a cool hundred grand to the cost of a new 458 Italia