|Model:||Ferrari F430 Spider : 2008|
|Exterior Colour:||Grigio Silverstone|
|Interior Trim:||Rosso Hide|
We are pleased to offer this stunning 430 F1 Spider.
This particular car is finished in Grigio Silverstone with Rosso Hide and is in lovely condition both inside and out!
Rosso Hide Roll Over Hoops
Scuderia Wing Badges
Challenge Style Wheels
Red Brake Calipers
Sports Exhaust with Original Available
Front and Rear Park Sensors
Daytona Style Seats
Yellow Rev Counter
For any enquiries please call 01233 646328.
The F430 Spider is the convertible version based on the coupe. The F430 Spider is Ferrari's 21st road going convertible. The Ferrari F430 Spider made its world premiere at the Geneva motor show. The car was designed by Pininfarina with aerodynamic simulation programs also used for Formula 1 cars. The roof panel automatically folds away inside a space above the engine bay. The conversion from a closed top to an open-air convertible is a two-stage folding-action. The interior of the Spider is identical to that of the coupe.
Designed by Pininfarina, under the guidance of Frank Stephenson, the body styling of the F430 was revised from its predecessor, the Ferrari 360, to improve its aerodynamic efficiency. Although the drag coefficient remained the same, down force was greatly enhanced. Despite sharing the same basic Alcoa Aluminium chassis, roof line, doors and glass, the car looked significantly different from the 360. A great deal of Ferrari heritage was included in the exterior design. At the rear, the Enzo's tail lights and interior vents were added. The car's name was etched into the Testarossa-styled driver's side mirror. The large oval openings in the front bumper are reminiscent of Ferrari racing models from the 60s, specifically the 156 "sharknose" Formula One car and 250 TR61 Le Mans cars of Phil Hill. Designed with soft-top-convertible.
The F430 features a 4.3L V8 petrol engine of the "Ferrari-Maserati" F136 family. This new power plant was a significant departure for Ferrari, as all previous Ferrari V8's were descendants of the Dino racing program of the 1950s. This fifty-year development cycle came to an end with the entirely new 4.3L, the architecture of which is expected to replace the Dino-derived V12 in most other Ferrari cars.Enquire Now