First Video of Ferrari 458 Speciale on the Street


One of the stars of the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show has been caught on film.

At the Frankfurt Motor Show next month, the 458 Speciale track toy will be the star attraction of the Ferrari booth. We’ll have plenty of images of the track-focused supercar to share with you then, but in the meantime we’ll share whatever footage of the car we can get our hands on. Last week it was the first images of the 458 Speciale caught in the wild and now we have the first video. It’s unclear whether Ferrari is filming a commercial or promotional video, but we couldn’t care less.

This is, remember, a car with the highest horsepower per liter of any naturally-aspirated road car ever made with the 4.5-liter V8 putting out 597 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to a 90 kg drop in weight, 0-62 mph can be completed in 3 seconds dead.

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