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Specification

Specification

  • Mileage: 12,100
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 4308cc
  • Interior Colour: Black
  • Exterior Colour: White
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 2
  • Service: Full Ferrari Service History
  • Reg date: 2009/6

Optional extras

  • Carbon Fibre Racing Seats
  • Interior 3D Fabric in Black/Yellow
  • Yellow Brake Calipers
  • Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel & LEDs
  • Yellow Rev Counter
  • Yellow Contrast Stitching
  • Nart Factory Racing Stripe
  • Radio Navigation
  • Bluetooth for mobile phone
  • iPod Connection
  • HiFi Upgrade inc. Subwoofers
  • Floor mats
  • NavTrak ADR Anti-Theft System
  • Ferrari Warranty Until July 2016
Description

Description

EVO says:

The Scuderia is unquestionably the fiestiest mid-engined V8 road car that Ferrari has built. At a claimed 1350kg, it weighs 85kg less than the regular F430 thanks to a wide-ranging weight reduction programme that includes hollow anti-roll bars and titanium road springs, lightweight bumpers, a Lexan rear screen and, inside, reduced sound-deadening and extensive use of carbon fibre, notably for the door casings and seat shells.

All the details add up, but if you're looking for the technology that helps the Scuderia nail the same lap time as the Enzo despite a 150bhp shortfall, it's the chassis. Specifically, it's the combined effect of the Scuderia's E-diff, it's electronically controlled locking differential, and F1-Trac, the advanced stability control developed originally for the 599 GTB. Working together they maximise the drive the 430 Scuderia finds out of corners and enhance stability going into them. 

There's a lightness, an athleticism about the Scuderia that you notice right from the off. From a little over tickover, this 4.3-litre V8 feels and sounds like one of the sweetest and fruitiest twin-cam in-line fours you've ever heard. 

As well as delivering 20bhp more than the F430, the Scuderia's V8 pumps up the torque curve too, and delivery is more consistent than you'd imagine from the way the engine note changes. There's a lovely, soft ba-boom on each gear change but essentially the acceleration feels like a single uninterrupted lunge from zero to over 160mph. 

 

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