The 458 Speciale was released in 2013 as the high-performance version of Ferrari’s 458 Italia equipped with a 597 HP V8 engine as well as unique forged wheels, aggressive bodywork, active aerodynamics, and the Slip Slide Control system. This one-of-a-kind 2015 example was ordered in the unique matte color of Grigio Silverstone Opaco with a Nero/Bianco livery racing stripe over a Rosso leather interior with 3D cloth and Alcantara accents. It was optioned with carbon fiber exterior components including the front spoiler, side skirts, hood vents, and front aero flaps, Aluminum-finished brake calipers, carbon fiber racing seats, carbon fiber door sills, red seat belts, a red Alcantara headliner, the Ferrari Telemetry system with the Track inner camera kit, white Speciale contrast stitching, a white tachometer dial, a titanium exhaust pipe, navigation, and more. This 458 Speciale was first titled in Texas before moving to North Carolina in 2019 and eventually Florida where it was recently serviced and is now being offered for auction showing just under 6k miles on the odometer.
This 458 Speciale was ordered in matte Grigio Silverstone Opaco with a Nero/Bianco center racing stripe. Compared to a standard 458, the Speciale features unique front and rear bumpers, a taller rear spoiler, and active aerodynamic flaps at the front and rear. Exterior options include carbon fiber active aero flaps on the front bumper, a front carbon fiber spoiler, carbon fiber side skirts, and carbon fiber vents on the hood, as well as Aluminum-painted carbon ceramic brake calipers, Scuderia fender shields, and titanium sport exhaust pipes. The 20” forged wheels are finished in gloss black with carbon fiber center caps and Pirelli P-Zero tires from 2018. The full exterior has been preserved under clear paint protection film, detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
The interior is upholstered in Rosso leather and Alcantara including large-sized carbon fiber racing seats with Rosso 3D fabric inserts, white Speciale contrast stitching, and red safety belts. Carbon fiber trim lines the instrument cluster, center console, door panels, and optional Ferrari-branded door sill guards. Additional interior options include a Rosso Alcantara headliner, a white tachometer, electro-chromatic mirrors, an integrated audio system with GPS navigation and Bluetooth, and the Ferrari Telemetry system with an inner camera kit. The multifunction steering wheel is trimmed in perforated black leather with Rosso contrast stitching and Rosso Alcantara with white stitching and is equipped with an LED tachometer, carbon fiber shift paddles, and Manettino button for selecting driving modes.
The Speciale shares the same naturally aspirated 4.5 L V8 engine with the 458 Italia, but with upgraded internals and tuning for a higher output of 597 HP, around 30 more than the standard model. The rear wheels are driven by way of a 7-speed F1 dual-clutch transmission with an electronically controlled rear differential (E-Diff) and traction control (F1-Trac). With a curb weight of 200 pounds less than the 458 Italia, the Speciale can accelerate from 0-60 MPH in approximately 2.8 seconds while reaching a top speed of over 200 MPH. The CARFAX report shows a consistent history of Ferrari dealership and specialty shop maintenance, with the last service carried out by Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale in June of 2022 including a full maintenance inspection and oil change.
This sale will include a clean title (lien), owner’s books, a car cover, and a battery charging system.