It’s impossible to look at either the Ferrari 488 GTB or Ferrari 458 Speciale without feeling your heart start to race. From track-inspired bodywork to unrivaled power, both deliver performance to satiate even the most discerning of driving enthusiasts.
488 indicates the engine’s unitary displacement. GTB stands for “Gran Turismo Berlinetta.” The 488 replaces the 458 Italia in the Ferrari lineup, and the 488 GTB delivers extreme power controllable to an unprecedented level. Whether it’s on the highway out of Chicago or cruising the streets of St. Louis, the Ferrari 488 GTB is a mark of the driving purist.
You’ll hold the reigns of a V8 turbo engine for up to 660 hp at 8,000 rpm and 561 lb-ft at 3,000 rpm. The top speed comes in at a pulse-raising 205 mph.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale is a limited-production special series vehicle. This prancing horse shifts faster and stops quicker than the 458 Italia.The 458 Speciale is the redesigned track-ready version of the 458 Italia.
Bodywork has been redesigned to cut weight and improve aerodynamics. With thinner glass, revised bumpers, and deeper air outlets, the 458 Speciale is one to command attention whether it’s picking up speed or idling in the middle of Indianapolis.
At its heart you’ll find Ferrari’s most powerful naturally aspirated V8 ever. The V8 engine commands up to 597 hp at 9,000 rpm and 398 lb-ft at 6,000 rpm for a maximum speed of 202 mph.