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Ferrari 458 Italia official details

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At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show Ferrari has officially revealed thef430’s replacement. As you might have already known it’s called the 458 Italia and comes with a totally new design and technical features, and in brief, it is an engineering marvel.

Now we have the full technical specs of the car right here, check it out after the jump…

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Ferrari 458 Italia technical details:

Dimensions and weight

Overall length 4527 mm/178.2 in
Overall width 1937 mm/76.3 in
Height 1213 mm/47.8 in
Wheelbase 2650 mm/104.3 in
Front track 1672 mm/65.8 in
Rear track 1606 mm/63.2 in
Kerb weight* 1485 kg/3274 lb
Dry weight* 1380 kg/3042 lb
Weight distribution 42% front – 58% rear
Boot capacity 230 l/8.1cu ft
Fuel tank capacity 86 l/22.7 US gall./18.9 Imp. gall.


Front 235/35 20″ x 8.5″
Rear 295/35 20″ x 10.5″
Front 398x223x36 mm/15.7×8.8×1.4 in
Rear 360x233x32 mm/14.2×9.2×1.3 in


Type V8 – 90°
Total displacement 4499 cc/274.5 cu in
Bore/stroke 94×81 mm/ 3.7×3.2 in
Maximum power 425kW** (570CV**) @ 9000 rpm
Maximum torque 540Nm (398lbs/ft) @ 6000 rpm
Specific output 127 CV/litre/1.55 kW/cu in
Maximum revs per minute 9000 rpm
Compression ratio 12.5:1


Maximum speed >325 km/h/>202 mph
0-100km/h (0-62mph) <3.4s
0-200km/h (0-124mph) 10.4s
0-400m (0-437 yards) 11.3s
0-1000m (0-1093 yards) 20.3s
100-0 km/h (62-0 mph) 32.5 m/106.6ft
Dry weight/power ratio 2.42 kg/CV/7.16lb/kW
Fiorano lap time 1’25”

Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions

Fuel consumption***(European market
version) 13.7l/100km
CO2 Emission*** (European market version) 307g CO2/km
Transmission and gearbox
F1 dual-clutch transmission, 7 gears
E-Diff3, F1-Trac, High-Performance ABS
*with forged rims and Racing Seats
**Including 3.7 kW by ram effect
*** ECE+EUDC combined cycle

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