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Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta
2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta Engine: V8 Transmission: 7 Spd F1 Dual-clutch Mileage:319
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive Exterior Color: Grigio Medio Interior Color:Black/Red
Warranty: Balance of Factory Warranty
1 of 499 to be Produced-Alcantara Seats-Red Calipers-Carbon Fronts Flaps-Engine Cover Carbon
Carbon Fiber Post-Carbon Rear Flaps-Carbon Fuel Caps-Carbon Inner Sills-Carbon Wheel Caps
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Bluetooth-50-60 Paint Color-Two-Tone Stripe-Matt Painted Wheels-20″ Forged Wheels-Yellow Rev Counter-Racing Seats-Satellite Radio-Colored Stitching Red-More Special Features.
unveiled the in 2010, then followed that up with the more precise and track-ready in 2014. As is the tradition with all modern mid-engined Ferraris, Maranello creates a great car, then a year or two later it chops the top off of it to create a version. We knew it was coming, but now the convertible version of the Ferrari 458 Speciale is here, and it’s calling it the “A.”
It may be a silly name, but that A stands for Aperta, the Italian word for open. This is also more than a simple roofless version of the 458 Speciale; the Speciale A features the most powerful naturally aspirated V-8 the company has ever used in a spider. Compared to the old 458 Spider, this new machine is faster and more powerful, and Ferrari was even able to keep the weight down. This new car only weighs 50 kg (110 pounds) more than its hard-top sibling.
If you want one, you need to get your order in yesterday. Ferrari is limiting this new car to just 499 units. We don’t know how many of those are slated for U.S. consumption, but rest assured it won’t be a lot. If you are undecided about taking home one of these beauties, hit that jump and read our full overview of this incredible new Italian convertible.