Take a Ride in the Ferrari 458 Speciale

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Go-faster racing stripes are essential to any track-focused Fezza.

What's so special about the Ferrari 458 Speciale? If nothing else, it's the fact the track toy has the highest horsepower per liter of any naturally-aspirated car ever built. Ferrari managed to squeeze 597 hp from the supercar's 4.5-liter V8, as well as 398 pound-feet of torque, and if you want to hear what that sounds like – as well as get a view from the cockpit as it thunders around town – check out the latest Marchettino video.

It's not just the racing stripes that make the 458 Speciale go faster, but thanks to a 90 kg reduction in weight, 0-62 mph is claimed to come in a three seconds dead.

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