One of the most positively received Ferraris in recent memory is the all-new 458 Italia.

Sporting a gorgeous, sensual design that would make anyone with a pulse pant, the more hardcore version has made its grand entrance.

Dubbed the Speciale, this 458 is akin to the Porsche 911 GT3. It's optimized for the track, which means its interior is a bit more sparse, it has a bump in power and, yes, there's more aerodynamic tweaks to make it more slippery through the air.

When I think of Ferrari's mid-engined cars meant to be a bit more spine tingling, it seems almost impossible to outdo the 360 Challenge Stradale; however, it did with the 430 Scuderia. Now the 458 Speciale carries on that tradition.

**Check out the video below showing the Speciale work its way around the Franciacorta International Circuit

I have recorded a couple of Ferrari 458 Speciales starting up their powerful 4.5 liter V8 engine and then doing multiple full throttle accelerations, fly bys and downshifts on track! Hope you enjoy!

VIDEO: So, You've Been Wondering What's So Special About The Ferrari 458 Speciale?

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