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  • Mileage: 9,200
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 4497cc
  • Interior Colour: Charcoal
  • Exterior Colour: Grigio Silverstone
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 2
  • Service: Ferrari Service History
  • Reg date: 2011/9

Optional extras

  • Model Year 2012 Handling Pack
  • Balance of Service Plan Until September 2018
  • Ferrari extended warranty until March 2016
  • Large Carbon Fibre Racing Seats
  • 20" Forged Diamond Rims
  • High Power Hifi
  • AFS Lighting System
  • Contrast Stitching in Filo Speciale Charcoal
  • Steering Wheel in Charcoal
  • Door Armrest in Alcantara
  • Alcantara Interior Carpets
  • Yellow Brake Calipers
  • Rear Diffuser in Carbon Fibre
  • Exterior Sill Kick in Carbon
  • Carbon Fibre Racing Package
  • Leather Central Tunnel in Charcoal
  • Leather/Alcantara Interior in Sabbia
  • Coloured Upper Dashboard in Charcoal
  • Front Wing in Carbon
  • iPod Connection
  • Scuderia Ferrari Wing Shields
  • Electrochromatic Mirrors
  • Radionavi System + Bluetooth
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Yellow Rev Counter
  • Tyre Pressure Measurement
  • Front Bumper Protective Stone Chip Film
  • NavTrak Anti-Theft System


Top Gear Says:

Widely regarded as the best mid-engined supercar of the past five years, the 458 is Ferrari’s smallest car and the company at its very best. Beautiful, extremely fast, delightful to drive – this is everything a red-blooded supercar should be.

Powered by a 4.5-litre V8 just behind your head, the 458 Italia stumps up 570bhp and 398lb ft of torque, leading to extreme speed: 0–62mph in 3.4 seconds and a top speed just over 200mph. It positively sears on road or track. But it’s usable and friendly at slow speeds, copes beautifully with motorways and serious mileage, and even the automatic function on the seven-speed DSG paddleshift is pretty good.

Although the 458 is the kind of pretty that can make people bump into things and fall off kerbs, the driving is where this car really scores. An engine that variously growls, screams, sings and howls, a chassis that rewards and excites, sublime steering – the baby Ferrari really does appear to have it all. But more than that, this is a supercar that seems to have got a handle on what that really means. It’s truly super.

One of the most contentious parts of the interior design on the 458 is the fact that the steering wheel has adopted most of the extraneous functions, very much like an F1 car. What that means is that there are no stalks to get in the way of the huge column-mounted paddles for the gearbox. It is complicated at first, and hugely frustrating for the old and impatient, but you soon get used to it.

The seats are comfortable and yet supportive, there’s a decent 230-litre luggage compartment up front, the fuel tank is a sufficient 86 litres and there’s no reason not to do a big trip in one go. 

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