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Ferrari 458 Italia

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Car Ferrari 458 Italia Min Age 28
0-60 3.4 seconds Top Speed 202 mph (325 km/h)
Engine 4.5 litre V8 Gearbox Getrag dual-clutch 7-speed transmission
BHP 562 bhp @ 9000 rpm Torque 398 lb-ft @ 6000 rpm
Seating 2 Luggage TBC
Colour Red Interior Cream leather
Extras TBC
Quote The Ferrari 458 Italia is a mid–engined sports car produced by the Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari. The 458 Italia replaces the Ferrari F430. The 458 Italia was officially unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show on 15 September 2009
In Ferrari´s first official announcement of the car, the 458 Italia was described as the successor to the F430 but arising from an entirely new design, incorporating technologies developed from the company´s experience in Formula 1.
The car was designed by Pininfarina, as with all recent Ferrari models. The car´s exterior styling and features were designed for aerodynamic efficiency, producing a downforce of 140 kg at 124 miles per hour (200 km/h). In particular, the front grille features deformable winglets that lower at high speeds, in order to offer reduced drag.
The car´s interior was designed using input from former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher, including a new steering wheel design which incorporates many features and controls as opposed to them being on the dashboard, similar to racing car designs.
According to Autocar, the 458 Italia´s design has drawn inspiration from the Enzo Ferrari and its Mille Chili concept car. It has been designed to be Ferrari´s sportiest V8-engined car, to distinguish itself from the recently launched Ferrari California.


24 Hour Midweek (Tue, Wed, Thu) £1135 Mile Allowance 100
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