2006 Ferrari F430 - 4 owner car - 18,300 miles No stories excellent condition vehicle with the following options and condition: Power Daytona seats - both seats are in excellent condition - no bolster wear Power tinted Windows Full tan Leather interior - including rear shelf headliner all stitched in black thread - no stains, discoloration, or shrinkage Park assist sensors front and back Carbon interior package Full clear bra on entire front end of the car AC - Perfectly cold Ferrari Hi fi sound system 2 sets of keys Ferrari fitted 430 car cover All books and service records Complete tool kit All services up to date including recent oil service Headers replaced 2013 Rims and tires excellent condition - no curb rash and the tread is at least a min of half left - Potenza RE 11 Exterior is in excellent Rossa Corsa Interior tan leather with black rugs, custom leather logo floor mats diamond stitching Factory Ferrari logo badges on fenders Yellow brake calipers - new brake pads 2013 Ferrari logo Valve caps Clean car fax title is in hand Purchased CPO from local Ferrari dealership November 2013 Last clutch reading was 78 June 2014
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Auto blogSun, 13 Jul 2014 19:15:00 EST
Ferrari has a real challenge on its hands. It made the new LaFerrari hybrid hypercar so extreme already that it left little room to crank it up to 11 and turn it into an XX development prototype like it did with the Enzo and the 599 before it. So it's really going to have to push the envelop to take it that extra step.
That's what it has apparently set out to do with this LaFerrari prototype at Monza, where the Prancing Horse marque was spotted preparing the upcoming LaFerrari XX. In fact, testers ran the prototype so hard that they broke the car's right rear suspension. Which is bound to happen, we guess, when you try to find that extra bit of performance in a vehicle that's already one of the most capable ever devised, but only goes to show how much deeper Ferrari will have to dig to find that even sharper edge.
Either that or Ferrari's working on some sort of four-wheel steering system with automatic camber adjustment... See for yourself in the video below.
As is the specs weren't enough, Ferrari is helping us get ready for the reveal of the 458 Speciale at the Frankfurt Motor Show with a short teaser video. You won't get much in the way of a full-body modeling session, naturally, but there are plenty of close-ups of its intakes, scoops, vanes, seriously racy bucket seats and lots and lots of carbon fiber.
And showing how omnipresent on-camera surveillance can sometimes be a good thing, the harder 458 has already been caught being tinkered with in digital photos taken at Maranello. For the moving pictures, however, there's that video below.
Italian cars have a reputation for drawing out the fiery, emotional and passionate sides of car enthusiasts - something that becomes abundantly clear when you ask a group of Autoblog editors to rank a list of their favorites.
With the departure of Luca di Montezemolo from Ferrari being fresh on our collective minds today, your friendly team of editors started pleasantly discussing which of the cars launched during his era was our favorite. The conversation was rousing, so we thought it would be entertaining to put the choices to a quick ranked vote, and bring you a sort of Editors' Choice list for road-going Ferraris from the 1990s through today.
Then, of course, all hell broke loose.