You can see many cars on the streets every day, but after the hundredth time, many of them might become a bit boring. This is especially true for Ferraris painted in Rosso Corsa. When you've seen the thousandth Ferrari California in Rosso Corsa, it eventually stops catching your eye. However, this Ferrari 458 Speciale has never been seen before, and it looks absolutely perfect.
This Ferrari looks simply breathtaking. It's painted in a gorgeous shade of Wessex Blue, with a red stripe flanked by two blue stripes. The 458 Speciale is powered by a 4.5-liter V8 engine, originally found in the standard Ferrari 458 Italia. However, the engine in the Speciale has been modified to deliver an impressive 605 horsepower and 540 Newton-meters of torque.
With this power boost, the 458 Speciale can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just about 3 seconds, and its top speed is around 325 km/h. To make the car even more agile, special attention was given to weight savings during the construction of the 458 Speciale. Lightweight components like carbon fiber were generously used to reduce the overall weight.
This remarkable car was spotted in Hinsdale, a small district near Chicago. So far, there have been very few sightings from this district.
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