2019 Ferrari 458 Italia has started its first debut in 2018 at Frankfurt Motor Show, and in the third year of its anniversary, this mid-engine super sport car has become one of the most iconic and successful line up of the famous Italian Automaker on earth. To give another choice to the costume and super car enthusiasts, the company then released the convertible version of the Italia which is essentially has the same technology and performance as the 458 Italia.
As the same other common supercars, the 458 Italia’s body structure is made from lightweight aluminum chassis featured by advance alloy that the making process is assisted by aerospace industry and technique. All these careful work is done for the sake of the driving dynamic and best performance ever. As Supercar,2013 Ferrari 458 Italia not solely bring the high focus on the performance since we know that all Ferrari’s line up will never come with common style and old design. To match the supercar’s performance, like other Ferraris do, 458 Italia comes with stand out design that surely will turn your head twice to just look in to its low stance, clean, aesthetic sculpture, and its proportional body structure.
The interior design of 2019 Ferrari 458 Italia is full of abstract shapes and flowing lines completed by first-class materials and craftsmanship that clearly depicted a post modern style. A secondary control to the steering wheel is located on the cockpit, replacing the wheel-mounted steering stalks, in order to helps larger house for the paddle shifter. Driving position, stability control, and pedal placement is still the best in its class. Ergonomic design also applied to the instrument panels which consist of navigation system and speedometer with great display. The company also provides extensive range of personalization option to suit the costumer’s needs, including particular leather upholstery, carbon fiber trim and faux-suede materials.
2019 Ferrari 458 Italia records an incredible acceleration which is less than 3.3 seconds for running from 0-60 mph together with up to 201 mph of top speed. It is all because the combination of powerful 4.5 L direct-injection V8 engine that is good to deliver 562 hp (as fast as with 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante and 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Centenary) and 398 lb-ft of torque and seven-speed dual-clutch automated-manual transmission which is adopted from Ferrari’s F1 race car.