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Launched at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show the 458 Italia marked a massive leap forward from the company's previous mid-rear engined sports cars.
A two-seater berlinetta, the Ferrari 458 Italia, as is now traditional for all Ferrari's road-going cars, benefits hugely from the company's Formula 1 experience. This is particularly evident in the speed and precision with which the car responds to driver inputs and in the attention focused on reducing internal friction in the engine for lower fuel consumption than the F430, despite the fact that both overall displacement and power have increased. However, Ferrari's track experience makes its presence felt in the 458 Italia not only in terms of pure technological transfer but also on a more emotional level, because of the strong emphasis on creating an almost symbiotic relationship between driver and car. The 458 Italia features an innovative driving environment with a new kind of steering wheel and dashboard that is the direct result of racing practice. Once again input from Michael Schumacher - who was involved from the very start of the 458 Italia project - played an invaluable part.
This UK RHD 458 Italia is presented in Rosso Corsa with Crema Leather. It is a very high specification car and has covered just 1,900 Miles from new. The original list price was approximately £215,000.
Optional extras include:
Carbon Fibre lower cabin zone
Carbon Fibre driving zone with LED steering wheel mounted shift lights
Electric Daytona style Recaro seats in Crema Leather with Rosso stitching
Carbon Fibre centre tunnel
Carbon Door Sills
Headlining In Crema Leather
High Power Hi Fi system
Rosso contrast stitching
Tyre pressure monitor
Instrument panel in Giallo
Bluetooth Telephone connection
Reverse parking camera
Front & rear park assist
Front suspension lifting system
'Scuderia' Wing Badges
20" painted sport alloy wheels
Rosso brake calipers
Power folding electrochromtic door mirrors