Ferrari has unveiled a one off vehicle that was created by the company’s in house Ferrari Styling Centre, the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale.
The Ferrari 458 MM Speciale took some inspiration for the 1984 Ferrari GTO and this new car was built in the chassis and running gear of the 458 Speciale.
Designed in-house by the Ferrari Styling Centre, the 458 MM Speciale was built on the chassis and running gear of the 458 Speciale. Stylistically, the client was looking for extremely sporty lines and specified a ‘visor’ effect for the glasshouse: a black-painted A-pillar, very much in the style of the 1984 Ferrari GTO, helps provide a wraparound solution between the windscreen and side windows which thus meld into single, seamless glass surface. This solution simultaneously lowers the roofline and lends an aerodynamic sleekness to the full volume of the swept-back C-pillar.
Finished in Bianco Italia and complete with a livery that pays homage to the Italian flag, this unique coupé features all-new bodywork, handcrafted in aluminium with composite carbon-fibre bumpers front and rear. The 458 MM Speciale also boasts a new side air scoop, one of the most distinctive elements in an extensive revision of the aerodynamic package.
There are no details on how much this one off Ferrari 458 MM Speciale cost, you can find out more details about the car at the link below.
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