2012 Ferrari 458 Italia review Specs and Price

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2012 Ferrari 458 Italia review Specs and Price
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia review Specs and Price

2012 Ferrari 458 Italia.

inex-cars.blogspot.com will review 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia, and review price and specs. Now, Mansory do some serious bodywork upgrades to the 2012 Ferrari 458 Spyder Italy, complete with a body kit made ​​of carbon fiber. This package includes restyled front apron with air holes for the cooling front, new hood, side skirts with integrated channel, the rear skirt with integrated diffuser, carbon blades that replace the rear window and rear wing. All told, the carbon fiber components to shave than 60 kg (132 lbs) of the overall weight of this supercar. Now, the 2012 V8 Ferrari 458 is a screaming 562-horsepower mechanical only a few inches from the driver's head. There is really only one way to make it better, and it will remove that pesky roof windows and the back unfortunately placed between your ear and its addictive wail. For 2012, that's what has been done, as the model 458 Spider convertible coupe joins Italy.

2012 Ferrari 458 Italia Price.
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia.

2012 Ferrari 458 Italia Price.

For price of 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia Sales for the drop top beauty will start in January 2012 for the US with prices starting at $257,000. Sales in Europe will begin in October 20 and prices will start at 226,800 euros, or $309,000 at the current exchange rates. Customers interested can also opt for different packages to boost the car’s appeal: a leather luggage set for the trunk (€ 5.651/$7,900 at the current rates) and a carbon fiber package (€ 11.592/$15,990 at the current rates). The cheapest option is a silver plate priced at € 484 ($667 at the current rates).

2012 Ferrari 458 Italia
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia.
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia interior.
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia interior.

Interior design and Engine 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia.

For design interior of 2012 Ferrari 458, they give free up space for the enlarged transmission paddle shifters, Ferrari did away with traditional steering wheel column stalks. While it's one thing to change the light and wiper controls to buttons on the steering wheel, it's quite another to reinvent the turn signal stalk as buttons on each spoke of the steering wheel. It's unintuitive, just a bit silly and likely destined to eventually become only a footnote in history. There are also other ergonomic faux pas. The stereo, navigation and other infotainment systems are controlled via buttons on knobs that flank both sides of the steering column. This makes it a wee bit difficult for the passenger to control anything, but the bigger deal is that the display shares real estate with the gauge cluster. On the cabin is still slathered in beautifully soft leather, while the refinement and build quality are better than that of any previous Ferrari. Even the driving position is more comfortable than ever. So even if it can be a little frustrating to use, the 458's cabin at least offers the luxury one now expects from this rarefied segment of sports cars. The Spider also stands out with the first retractable hardtop applied to a midengine supercar. Not only does it maintain the look of the Italia coupe, but it also provides improved security and road noise isolation than the soft top of the previous-generation Ferrari F430 Spider. Top operation is also fairly quick, taking just 14 seconds to open or close. 

2012 Ferrari 458 Italia Spyder.
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia Spyder.
For engine of 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia are powered by a 4.5-liter V8 that sends 562 hp and 398 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels through a seven-speed, dual-clutch automated manual transmission. Ferrari says it will go from a standstill to 60 mph in about 3.4 seconds, which makes it one of the quickest cars in the world. As if anyone cares, EPA-estimated fuel economy stands at 12 mpg city/18 mpg highway and 14 mpg combined. In the off chance you do care, or are simply interested in sampling every dollop of technology Ferrari has to offer, the optional HELE system adds a number of technologies designed to reduce fuel consumption and increase performance. These include an engine stop/start system, a different air-conditioning compressor, changes to the electrical system, and adaptive transmission programming and throttle response. Source : http://www.edmunds.com, http://www.topspeed.com, http://inex-cars.blogspot.com

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