Starting at | Starting at 12 MPG City - 18 MPG Highway
The new 458's base price hovers right around $225,000, which places it among the most expensive of the performance cars available in North America. The Lamborghini Gallardo and Porsche S Turbo may compete in terms of performance, style and price, but the Ferrari 458 brings extensive racing heritage and the newest in fuel-efficiency technology. A multi-displacement system, active aerodynamics and a clever alternator that only charges the battery when the engine is not under load are among the technologies Ferrari has employed to increase vehicle efficiency. The 458 also promises, like most Ferraris, to not be a stripped track-ready racecar, but rather a leather-clad, Bluetooth equipped ride that can be driven comfortably to work or wrung out confidently on any competition tarmac in the world.
The 458 is a new model for Ferrari in 2010, replacing last years, much-loved, F430 model. The 458 is more technologically advanced, more powerful and even more fuel-efficient in every way than its predecessor.
The Ferrari 458 is a new model for 2010, intended to replace the F430, one of Ferrari's most popular models. The new 458 is better in every measurable way, and the styling is also an evolution of the 430's looks--the newer car's got sharper corners, better aerodynamics and bigger standard wheels.
Braking & Traction
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System||Std|
|Side Air Bag||Std|
|Rear Parking Aid||Opt|
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