Through one of our friends on Twitter, we've just received word of what appears to be a pretty horrific crash in Virginia earlier this morning involving a Ferrari 458 Italia.
A design studio released renderings this past week of a Fiat 500 powered by a rear mounted 4.5 liter V8 normally found in a Ferrari 458 Italia.
A short list of things we'll never tire of: a glass of fine whiskey, the music of John Coltrane, the company of an intelligent woman, watching an old Volvo wagon outrun a Ferrari at a Swedish air force base.
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…
A Ford truck achieved revenge for the Italians naming their new F1 car the Ferrari F150. Sadly, this 458 Italia only traversed 500 miles and therefore never had the chance to burn to the ground before being violently struck.
The Lancia Stratos HF Group 4 rally car is the most iconic woods-whipper in history, so it's fitting der neue Stratos would eventually get painted in Alitalia livery. Why would you order a New Stratos any other way?
The mystery of Top Gear's visit to the States has been solved, with the trio bringing a Porsche 911 GT3, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, and Ferrari 458 Italia to Virginia International Raceway. Pictures below. Update: more pics, info.
A massive fire at London's Heathrow Airport last month claimed a $469K custom Ferrari 458 Italia being transported from Saudi Arabia to London. Now the company responsible for shipping it is only offering $46K for the damages.
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!
The fire that consumed this Ferrari 458 Italia was so bad the only recognizable pieces left are the wheels.