Ferrari has confirmed plans to build six rolling tributes to the late, great Sergio Pininfarina, each based on the 458 Italia and each likely to cost more than a LaFerrari with your family crest stitched in Mulberry silk on the headrests.
Apparently Ferrari was none to pleased with the custom badges and associated floor mats on Deadmau5’s 458 Italia Purrari. So much so that Ferrari North America sent the self-admitted button-pusher a cease and desist to have the custom emblems removed.
Ferrari is celebrating its 20th anniversary in China with 20 commemorative custom 458 Italias. With "Marco Polo Red" paint and a golden dragon on the hood, have they made a proper tribute, or just a stereotype?
Everyone knows there is nothing slow about the Ferrari 458 Italia. Of course, that doesn't mean the completely insane 2932 pound 1115 horsepower Koenigsegg Agera R doesn't have the power to make the 458 look a lot slower than it actually is.
What if you could trade the vehicle you drive every day for absolutely any vehicle in the entire world? Before you figure out where you are going to keep your (insert dream car here), even in this extremely hypothetical situation there is a catch—you have to use your new vehicle to do absolutely everything you…
Remember when you begged your dad to let you take out the family hauler the second you got your learner's permit. Remember imagining pretending that big Buick was a sleek, Italian exotic. This kid doesn't have to pretend. That "L" on the Ferrari 458 Italia is how Britain signifies a learner driver. Which means the…
What can we tell you after a few hours in a Chevrolet Volt? It's possible to get 55.4 miles of all-electric range driving like the accelerator's hitched to a land mine. Also, Ferrari 458 Italia owners lack patience. More tomorrow.
Dhiaa Al-Essa, a 21-year-old engineering student, drives a personal fleet of 30 supercars, including three Lamborghinis and five Ferraris. After getting a Koenigsegg Agera for next year's 22nd birthday, his garage will be worth $12 million. Slack jawed yokels, behold.
The owner of this factory fresh 458 Italia couldn't keep the damn thing for more than a day without crashing it outside Ferrari's Maranello facility, according to the person who shot this before/after video. Save the 458s!
Go get your headphones. Do it now. It's worth it to properly appreciate the furious tones of the Ferrari 458 Italia Challenge lapping the test track. We're just hoping it'll be as good for you as it was for us.