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Video: Ferrari 458 Italia World Premiere

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2010 Ferrari 458 Italia

2010 Ferrari 458 Italia

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So you're lucky enough to find yourself in Maranello, rubbing shoulders with Luca di Montezemolo, Michael Schumacher, and some of the most beautiful people in Europe. How do they sweeten the deal? They unveil the Ferrari 458 Italia in the flesh.

That's what this video depicts, accompanied by some oddly arousing 1970s-inspired funk. Or perhaps it's the car that's working its magic, and not the music. Either way, the video offers a few new glimpses of the supercar, including a version in black that is sure to please those that aren't enamored with Tifosi red.

It's worth the two-and-a-half minutes out of your life just for the shot through the glass engine bay cover at 1:47. Nine thousand rpm, 570 horsepower, eight cylinders, one car. Gorgeous.

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  1. Am I the only person that sees a scorpion in the front, a sloth (think iceage) in the back and a Mclaren F1 profile on the side? There is nothing Id perceive as attractive or anything new on this.
     
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  2. I honestly don't know what you're talking about... as far as I know it's a very well designed evolution from previous 430 with simple and smart built-in F1 inspired aerodynamic aids.
     
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  3. Looks pretty nice, might not be totally new in terms of style. But yes I see the f1 McLaren resemblence, then again the McLaren is a hot car. However its probably missing a carbon monoque body.
     
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