Is This Novitec Ferrari 458 Speciale Really Worth So Much Money?

For Sale

With no performance upgrades.

A gorgeous new 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale modified by Novitec Rosso has just been put up for sale in South Florida. The unique Ferrari has a full Novitec body kit that includes a new front fascia, front lip spoiler, rear diffuser and a subtle black wing on the trunk lid. The car also features awesome functional carbon hood vents and rivets on the back windows. The bright yellow 458 Speciale is slammed on a beautiful set of gold 20-inch forged Ferrari wheels and the interior of the vehicle is absolutely slathered with carbon-fiber panels and smooth suede.

The inside of the car also features black and yellow racing seats as well as bright yellow seat belts and stitching. The listing for the Speciale does not show any performance upgrades to the stock 4.5-liter V8 engine that produces 592 hp. In spite of not having any tuning modifications, this Novitec Ferrari 458 Speciale is still listed for a staggering $429,900. Do you think it's really worth so much money?

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