In Paris this year presented a special version of 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale A. This special designation is given because of certain characteristics that carries this sports car. It is assumed that this is the best version ever produced. We will go in any particular order and proceed with the design of the vehicle and then explain some of the characteristics and thus closer to the vehicle. To the surprise of many fans of this sports car is a real novelty and sensation among this type of vehicle.
2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale A Design
Besides it comes to the best serial 458 ever produced, as well as the fastest convertible in the company’s history, this car brings several new innovations that will be available in future models of the Italian vehicle manufacturer. From a design by the Italian giant turned to help the Italian famous designer house Pininfarina, but in the end most aerodynamic changes. This applies to openings at the front and rear, which provide a balance at high speeds, and in the case of traffic accidents prevent overturning cars. Similar technology is expected in future production models of Ferrari, the Italians would suggest the issue be in some of the most stable car ever produced in the long history of the company. Compared to the sedan, the biggest change is definitely the roof, which raises and lowers in just 14 seconds. Thanks to these modifications 458 Speciale is considered one of the best serial Ferrari to drive on the track, but it should be noted that the limited models, such as the Enzo and LaFerrari, does not count as a stock car.
This especially applies to the aerodynamic improvements, but Ferrari did not ignore nor performance. 458 Speciale starts with 4.5L V8 engine, which develops 597 hp and even 539 Nm of torque, which is not only an impressive 133 hp per liter, but it comes to the most powerful normally aspirated engine ever produced by Ferrari and also the highest power per liter of an atmospheric engine ever produced in automobile industry. 458 Speciale develops maximum power at 9,000 RPM, while the largest torque is obtained at 6,000 RPM. With a weight of 1,340 kg, which is only 40 kg more than the coupe, this car is able to reach 100 km/h in just three seconds, to 200 km/h in 9.1 seconds and ran the famous Fiorano track in one minute and 23.5 seconds, which is 1.5 seconds faster than with a standard 458 Italia and a second slower than the significantly more powerful Ferrari F12. Other mechanical changes related to the larger brakes and a modified suspension.
Ferrari has not announced pricing, but it would have on the European market should be around 290,000 dollars, or about 39,800 dollars more in comparison to the standard 458 Speciale. The first models should begin arriving in showrooms early next year, and modeled after the now legendary LaFerrari will be produced only 399 copies.