If there’s one thing to bring us together as a species, it’s the delight we feel in a sharable and relatable experience. Car people in Lesotho have the same desire to see interesting automobiles drive fast as those in Gordonsville or even in Beirut. A secondary common experience might be the secret enjoyment many feel…
You’ve seen it. I’ve seen it. We’ve all seen it. Fiesta STs, swarms of them, driving vigorously and intensely on the roads of the world, carving corners left and right. Now one has threatened to take out a Ferrari 458 Speciale. When will the ST’s reign of terror end?
It’s the weekend! It’s summer! You’re probably out enjoying yourself, possibly attending a Cars & Coffee where a Ferrari got mutilated by a Mercedes, or some other car events. Show us what you did this weekend!
A beautiful, special Ferrari 458 Speciale minding its own business was horrifyingly mutilated at Katie’s Cars & Coffee in Great Falls, Virginia this morning when a Mercedes 380 SL parallel parked on the face of the $300,000 supercar. Children were watching!
It’s one thing when an 18-wheeler passes by on the highway and kicks up a rock into your windshield. It’s another, however, when you take off behind the wheel of a friend’s Ferrari 458 Speciale and put a huge crack in the windshield. When it happened to this YouTube user, he “wanted to disappear from the universe.”
This (tunnel!) video going around of a Ferrari 458 Speciale featuring an aftermarket exhaust and a Marlboro wrap is so Speciale it will melt your face off.
Taking the longer route to Le Mans is always worth the trouble, even if you don’t happen to drive a Ferrari 458 Speciale or a Porsche GT3 RS like these two chaps from Evo did.
Forget the three old chaps over at Top Gear, as it is clear now that our very own Chris Harris is the luckiest guy in the world. Here are two Ferraris, two Porsches, an Aston Martin, a BMW and a very special Renault to prove that.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale is a tail-happy animal, and the first one in Chile just fell victim to that at the Codegua race track during an event last Thursday. Nooooooo!
The current Ferrari 458 may be the last naturally aspirated mid-engined V8 car to come out of Maranello and there is already talk of collector status. Now those that ordered the ultra hot 458 Speciale are allegedly being told to pay more and add extra options or risk losing the order to someone else.
I don't imagine many of Ferrari's new ultra-limited drop top 458 Speciale will be driven like the one in this video, and that makes me a little sad.
The list of bad things I could say about Ferrari is longer than GM's recall announcements, but their products are amazing. So, Ferrari is Apple, basically.
Deeply depressing news out of Berlin this morning: a Ferrari 458 Speciale, that gorgeous and lustworthy red, white and blue speed machine, was demolished in a crash that apparently involved a Smart Fortwo, of all things.
The Viper TA and the 458 Speciale are both track-focused special editions based on already very fast cars, the SRT Viper and the Ferrari 458. And since you know everything about them already, instead of repeating ourselves, here's enough wallpapers for the next two month. Thank two Italians, Sergio Marchionne and Luca…
Certain individuals — and I don't want to name names here — claim the new Ferrari 458 Speciale is a bit on the hideous side. I disagree, and I'm sure of one thing: it probably drives so incredibly well that once you're behind the wheel you won't care how it looks.
The Ferrari 458 Italia is one of the finest exotic sports cars on sale today. It's one of those cars that is hard to make better. But with the creatively named 458 Speciale, Ferrari is trying its damndest to make one of the best even better. How'd they do?