Ferrari 458 Italia Sound
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The 458 Italia is powered by 4,499 cc (4.499 L; 274.5 cu in) V8 engine
derived from a shared Ferrari/Maserati design, producing 570 PS (420 kW;
560 hp) at 9,000 rpm (redline) and 540 Nm (400 lb·ft) at 6,000 rpm with
80% torque available at 3,250 rpm.The engine features direct fuel
injection, a first for Ferrari mid-rear engine setups in its road cars.
The company says the 458 - expected to cost as much as $600,000, or 10 per
cent more than the 430 - completes the new generation Ferrari range,
boasting better environmental credentials accompanied by more power and
The 458 is largely focussed on the driver, with the remainder of the cabin
laid bare - the driver gets a steering wheel that has the bulk of the
features now mounted on it, moving lights, indicators, windscreen
washer/wiper function to the steering wheel, as well as the start/stop
engine button, the independent damper switch and the all-important
That system controls the suspension, stability control and drivetrain via
the one ECU, which Ferrari says allows the systems to work together for
quicker response times.
The aluminium-spaceframe vehicle, which was developed with input from
Michael Schumacher, sits on a double-wishbone front and multi-link rear
suspension, with some similarity to the underpinnings of the California -
but some of the suspension has been altered for 458 Italia duty, including
The 458 is also stiffer than the outgoing 430 Scuderia, boasting only 30
extra kgs but with 50 more kiloWatts and 70 additional Newton metres of
torque on hand, it's quicker than the outgoing sports model.
The alloy direct-injection engine is now 4.5-litres, with work done to
reduce internal friction as well as using a dry sump and oil scavenger
system, producing 425kW at a manic 9000rpm and 540Nm at 6000rpm, although
80 per cent of that is available from 3250 through until 9000rpm.
Ferrari 458 Italia in Fifth Gear 17
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Jason Plato drives the beautiful new Ferrari 458 Italia, the replacement
for the F430 , in Episode 1, Season 17
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Ferrari 458 Italia driven by autocar.co.uk
Jamie Corstorphine drives the new Ferrari 458 on the road and track. Read
the first drive at
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Ferrari and the 458 Italia: part 2...Dan Neil For Top Gear US
Dan Neil visits the Ferrari classics shop, tours the garage and much more.
Check out some of Ferarri's vintage cars.
Visit the Ferrari factory line and hear about the latest in automotive
technology. Dan Neil reports.
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Ferrari 458 Italia vs Lambo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni Gallardo E-Gear x 3 races
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Gallardo x 3 races: Camera angle from 458 Italia
Matte Black Ferrari 458 Italia 'Nighthawk' - Walkaround!
This awesome car was spotted in Urberach/Germany at Siebenborn, an
'exclusive car' dealer. The owner of this amazing and unique Ferrai, who
also is the head of this dealership, was so kind and let us enter the
showroom, which included several Porsches and Ferraris!
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Ferrari 458 Italia v Porsche 911 GT3 RS - evo Magazine
Ferraris latest 562bhp V8 Berlinetta has changed the way we think about
sports cars - its the first of a new, digital breed. The Porsche 997 GT3 RS
is perhaps even more stunning on road than it is on track. Its ingredients
are more basic, but its appeal is infectious.
Theyre not direct rivals, but theyre two of the most exciting high
performance cars well drive all year. Chris Harris attempts to adjudicate.
Jaw-dropping Ferrari 458 Italia Action
Ferrari is showing off the 562 horsepower car with
improvements to fuel consumption and CO2 emissions that, they say, sets
"the benchmark in this segment."
Using a mid-rear mounted 4.5-liter V8 engine, the 458 goes from 0-100 km/h
in under 3.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 325 km/h. The driver
controls the engine with the Getrag F1 transmission, a 7-speed dual-clutch
gearbox. It has a 407 hp to tonne power-to-weight ratio, with a dry weight
of about 1380 kg.
Ferrari Enzo vs McLaren F1 - Fifth Gear
In this classic Fifth Gear clip, Tiff gets to see which car is best. The
Ferrari Enzo or the McLaren F1!
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