The fire that consumed this Ferrari 458 Italia was so bad the only recognizable pieces left are the wheels.
Urban camouflage had a brief moment of inexplicable popularity during the early part of this century. It's now relegated to pant patterns for faux tough-guy types and now, apparently, all matter of vehicles. This is all the Germans fault.
Polyphony's version is definitely more a lingering look at the new Ferrari, which hasn't always been a part of Gran Turismo. Conversely, including Ferrari was a big deal for Forza in its early days, but they haven't always gotten the legendary Italian cars quite right, with early screenshots of the game earning…
After teasing you with photos of the Ferrari 458 Italiawe now have all the details: a direct injection 4.5-liter V8 pumping out 562 horses, good for a 0-to-62 MPH sprint under 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 202 MPH.
So far, all the pictures we've seen of the Ferrari 458 Italia have been hyper-retouched. Until today. Finally someone's snapped live shots ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show, revealing an extraordinary level of detail on Ferrari's newest stallion. Like LEDs!