A mysterious new Ferrari was spotted at Fiorano last month. It didn’t take long for wild speculations to flood the internet. Some said, it could be the upcoming entry-level V6-powered Dino. But, we had are doubts and hence we refrained from jumping to conclusions.
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Today, we know for sure that it is a one-off 458 MM Speciale commissioned by a wealthy individuals. The car was designed in-house by Ferrari Styling Center and is based on the 458 Speciale. At its heart is one of the greatest engines ever built- a naturally aspirated V8 that screams like a true Italian thoroughbred.
The bodywork was handcrafted from aluminium as well as carbon composite bits to save weight. The headlamp cluster makes the front end look a lot like the LaFerrari. Also, the blacked out A-pillar and a raked roof line give the 458 MM Speciale a unique profile. Additional side vents help cool the 597 hp 4.5-liter V8 engine and a reworked rear end with an integrated spoiler improves downforce.
The 458 MM Speciale is wrapped in Bianco Italia featuring the Italian tricolore. It gets a unique set of lightweight allow wheels that compliment the gorgeous exterior. The upgraded interior features Cioccolato leather upholstery with white contrast stitching. The center console is painted in satin white to match the exterior of the car.