Last Friday a Lamborghini Huracán mutilated itself and a Ferrari 458 Italia in a wholly unspectacular low-speed collision. The automotive community has come together, gawked and cried out in unison: “Bummer.”
It’s always nice when the pretty car photos outweigh the carnage and wrecks on the internet, so here’s a peaceful, not-wrecked Ferrari to make up for the post on the Ferrari 488 GTB that slammed into a barbershop from earlier today.
Have you ever considered renting an ‘affordable’ exotic car for a day but haven’t pulled the trigger because you’re one frivolous purchase away from a messy divorce? Well, don’t consider it a lost opportunity just yet, because if this heavily abused rental Ferrari 458 Italia is anything to go by, then consider it a…
The Jalopnik bump lives! Recent Q&A feature Jeff Segal’s Scuderia Corsa team cruised to a 24 Hours of Le Mans victory in the LM GTE Am class. Congrats to the No. 62 team for taking their Ferrari 458 Italia to the top of the podium!
Dreary, rainy weather isn’t always bad, especially when hundreds of Italian horses decide to pose in it. Use it as a metaphor for your week ahead—sure, Monday morning is a dreary time, but there’s always something beautiful waiting in the rain. (That was overly poetic, but hey. It’s fine.)
Japanese-American tuner Liberty Walk was proudly displaying their wide-body Ferrari 458 at some sort of SEMA event overnight when the driver of a tuned Jeep proudly displayed what Jeeps are best at: Crashing into stuff. Everyone then freaked out.
"Amazing awfulness" is how our sister site io9 described the pilot episode of CBS' new show Scorpion, which is ostensibly about a team of hackers who help the Department of Homeland Security. (At least it's not the NSA.) But the pilot's amazingly awful chase scene is even dumber than we all realized.
Listen: Sometimes you gotta kidnap people. It's just how things are. Don't question it. However, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration doesn't like that people can be trapped in trunks, and their latest target is the Ferrari 458 Italia.
Admittedly, the words "Ferrari" and "V6" don't really go hand-in-hand, unless we're talking about the old Dino sports cars or sick 3VZ-FE-swapped MR2s with body kits to make them look like F355s. But as every automaker's engines get smaller and turbo-y-er, Ferrari is said to be mulling V6 power as an option on their …
No one can put wraps on their cars anymore. That trend is officially over now. Canadian dance music producer Deadmau5 just dropped the mic on car wrapping for good with his wonderful Ferrari 458 Italia Nyan Cat wrap. Nothing can top this supreme auto troll.
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Okay, hypocrisy time. After I called out that Pink Dolphin Ferrari 458 Italia as the worst Ferrari paint job ever, you might think I also hate that EDM producer Deadmau5 wants to wrap his 458 in Nyan Cat livery. Except I don't because this is AMAZING.
We've been working on a small project this year with a not-so-small friend. Come back Thursday for the first installment.
Lots of people like to rag on the looks of modern Ferraris, but I'm a pretty big fan of the 458 Italia. It's sexy, aggressive and modern — until you paint it up like the background from an early 90s elementary school portrait, that is. I didn't think you could get worse than the 458 Speciale, but here we are.
Amazingly, the Ferrari 458 Italia has been around since 2009 now, but I'm still not sick of looking at it. Alex Goy from XCAR says it's the most beautiful Ferrari to come along in years; I fully agree.
The maxim "If you want something done right you should do it yourself" usually does not apply to car cleaning, but the owner of this Ferrari 458 Italia who loaned their precious Italian sports car to mobile car cleaning service probably regrets outsourcing that particular job given what's left of the car.
You guys ever gotten presents from a car company after you wrecked one of their cars? No? Weird, me either. I guess that only happens for DJ Afrojack.