With exceptional fuel consumption
and emissions levels, given the
570 CV it punches out.
This 8-cylinder lays the foundations
for the Ferraris of the future
This is a completely new car from
every point of view: engine, gearbox,
chassis, suspensions, electronic
controls, aerodynamics, design,
instrumentation and ergonomics.
The Ferrari 458 Italia continues
the classic Maranello 8-cylinder
tradition that produced the likes
of the 158 F1 in 1964, the Ferrari
308 GTB in 1975 and the F40 in
The use of GDI with Split Injection
improves engine performance
thanks to the combined effect of the
cooling of the fuel/air mix inside the
combustion chamber, the increased
compression ratio and a boost in
The 458 Italia
is actually designed around the
driver’s body so as to become a
natural extension of it
In Japan, the 458 Italia was Engine’s "Best Car of the Year"
Italia 458 V8 was voted “Best Performance Engine” and “Best Engine Above 4 Litres”.
Motor Trend, one of the oldest and most prestigious American automotive publications, awarded "Best Driver's Car"