Ferrari 458-Italia Model History

New and Used 458 Italia Prices, Ferrari 458 Italia Model Years and History

All New and Used 458-Italia Model Years and History

Presented as a hardtop, convertible Spider and as a new-for-2014 Speciale trim model, Ferrari’s mid-engined 458 Italia continues to provide its acclaimed supercar prowess to the premium market.
2014 Ferrari 1268 458 Italia 27126 0
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A RWD, mid-engine, supercar available in coupe and convertible trim levels, brings the 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia an unparalleled combination of performance and style.
2013 Ferrari 1268 458 Italia 26629 0
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Carried over for 2012, the Ferrari 458 Italia is a RWD mid-engine two-door supercar, available in coupe and convertible trims levels, that seamlessly blends performance and style.
2012 Ferrari 1268 458 Italia 25343 0
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A gorgeous supercar with elite performance, the 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia is a finely crafted vehicle that sets the bar for high-end sports cars.
2011 Ferrari 1268 458 Italia 21301 0
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An eagerly anticipated new supercar emerging from the renowned Italian sports car builder Ferrari, the mid-engine 2010 458 Italia needs only 3.4 seconds to send a driver and possible passenger to 60 miles per hour.
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Debuting in 2010 as Ferraris newest mid-rear engined supercar, the 458 Italia featured the prestigious Italian sports car builders latest advancements in design and technology. The Pininfarina-sculpted body shell (achieving a 0.33 drag coefficient) was fitted to an all-new modular aluminum chassis. Airflow was optimized for peak downforce as well as for cooling the machines V-8 engine.


Ferraris first use of direct fuel injection, the 4.5-liter V-8 engine awakened the 2010 458 Italia with 570 horsepower. The 2010 Ferrari 458 Italias engine was paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. In a straight line, 0 to 60-mile per hour acceleration for the Ferrari is accomplished in 3.4 seconds. A host of handling technology such as E-Diff 3 electronic differential, F1-Trac and Magnetorheological Suspension Control gave the 458 Italia bolder cornering grip. Standard carbon-ceramic Brembo disc brakes with anti-lock braking system furnished high endurance stopping to contrast the massive Ferrari engine power. Befitting the character of a modern premium car, the Ferrari 458 Italias two-passenger interior included high-comfort sport seats, Bluetooth connectivity as well as front and side airbags. Shortly after the supercars release, several high profile fires occurred with the 458 Italia attributed to a loose, melted heat shield.


Ferrari promptly recalled the early production models of the car and resolved the issue without any lasting impact to the 458 Italias reputation. In 2012, an open-top 458 Italia Spider was introduced furnished with a retractable aluminum roof section. Stored in a rear section of the vehicle when not in use, the roof panel of the Ferrari 458 Spider needs only 14 seconds to deploy. For 2014, a 458 Speciale model incorporates an enhanced V-8 engine boosted to 596 horsepower and active aerodynamic components.