Video: Ferrari 458 Spider Hits the Coast

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Ferrari releases this new video showcasing the 458 Spider speeding its way along the coastline.

Ferrari continues to tease us with this latest video of their new 458 Italia Spider. Having just made its official public debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the latest Ferrari convertible is beautiful from every angle. With its 4.5-liter 562hp direct-injected V8, it can go from 0 to 60mph in just 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of 198mph. As usual, Ferrari has gone above and beyond by creating a retractable lightweight aluminum hardtop that doesn't interfere with aerodynamics.

Those extra domes behind just behind the seatbacks help channel wind over the rear and into special air intakes that cool the engine, clutch, and the F1-derived gearbox. But we'll let this official video do the rest of the talking, as no more words are necessary.

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