Ferrari 458

The Ferrari 458 will go down in the annals of the legendary Italian supercar maker’s history as the last car of its kind to be powered by a naturally aspirated V8.

In 'standard' 458 Italia trim, the Fezza's 4.5-litre hand-built engine makes an astonishing 419kW without a turbocharger or supercharger in sight, and the prodigious power is sent from the mid-mounted engine to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic gearbox. Priced from $525,417, and off to the moon at $635,000, the 458 positively drips carbon fibre and is a strict two-seater proposition.

It’s not the sticker price that makes the 458 such an expensive car, though – the options list is several pages long and features a lot of zeros. In fact, Ferrari says owners spend an average of $60,000 personalising their machines.

This vehicle is also known as Ferrari 458 Italia.

Ferrari 458 Reviews


Ferrari 458 2014 review

Less really does cost more in this Ferrari 458 Speciale.Read more

Ferrari 458 Italia 2014 review

The only way to map the outer edges of Planet Ferrari is to go exploring on a racetrack.Read more


Ferrari 458 Speciale 2013 Review

The Ferrari 458 Speciale, based on the already excellent 458 Italia, is filled with extra technology that aims to make it into one of the most thrilling supercars that money can buy.Read more

Ferrari 458 Spider 2013 Review

I could be suffering from 'F' lag. It's like jet lag, but you get it from spending too much time in a Ferrari. A couple of days is all right but any longer than this and you simply won't want to give it back. It leaves this horrible,...Read more


Ferrari 458 Spider 2011 Review

Removing the top is almost always a good thing - a beer, for example, is much better topless. It's rarely a bad thing unless we're talking about cars - many hardtops that are hacksawed into convertible status don't make the grade sans roof...Read more

Ferrari 458 2011 Review

PEOPLE who say you cannot teach an old dog new tricks have not spent any time with the Ferrari 458 Italia. It's a car that absolutely forces you to think again. And again. The latest Ferrari frontrunner is a supercar with a capital S, yet also...Read more


Ferrari 458 Italia 2010 Review

In the natural order of evolution the latest version of any new car has to be better, safer, grander and in today's world even greener than the one it replaces. That's a given. But sometimes that natural order gets out of step. There are...Read more

Ferrari 458 Italia 2009 Review

Ferrari has taken its two-seater V8 sports to new heights with the 458 Italia, but there's no manual in sight. Sharing some of the California's drivetrain, albeit with upgrades to suit the harder-core performance aspect of the coupe, the 458...Read more
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Range & Specifications

2016 Convertible - Discontinued Mar 2016
Market Price
$484,110 – 556,490
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2016 Convertible - Discontinued Mar 2016
Market Price
$411,180 – 472,560
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2016 Coupe - Discontinued Mar 2016
Market Price
$382,140 – 439,230
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2016 Coupe - Discontinued Mar 2016
Market Price
$419,320 – 482,020
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Ferrari 458 News

Ferrari festival coming to Sydney

5 December 2013 by Malcolm Flynn

Ferrari 458 Challenge Evoluzione revealed

11 November 2013 by Karla Pincott

Ferrari 458 Speciale | video

18 September 2013 by Staff Writers

Child hoons Ferrari 458 | video

5 September 2013 by Antony Ingram

Ferrari 458 Speciale revealed

21 August 2013 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Hardcore Ferrari 458 Italia for Frankfurt

22 May 2013 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Watch a Ferrari 458 cream a fence

8 March 2013 by CarsGuide team