The Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta is a very special car and a gorgeous 2015 example painted in Rosso Berlinetta could be yours for the right price.
As you probably already know, the Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta is the hardcore and lightened version of the 458 Spider and launched after the wildly-popular 458 Speciale Coupe. What makes the Speciale Aperta particularly desirable is the fact that it is the last mid-engined supercar produced by Ferrari with a naturally-aspirated V8 engine and is bound to continue to gain value in the future. Just 900 examples were made.
This engine takes the form of a 4.5-liter naturally-aspirated V8 with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission driving the rear wheels. It is good for 605 hp and 398 lb-ft (539 Nm) of torque and this car has been equipped with the optional titanium exhaust.
There are a host of other options featured with this car. They include brake painted brake calipers, cruise control, front-axle lift system, a plethora of carbon fiber parts, and a reversing camera. Contrasting the Rosso Berlinetta paint scheme are black and white racing stripes as well as the Scuderia Ferrari shields on each front fender. Protecting the exterior finish is a paint protection film.
Sticking the car to the pavement are five-spoke 20-inch wheels finished in matte black with brushed lips and rocking Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 305/30 at the rear.
The car has ~13,000 miles (~20,921 km) on the clock and originally had an MSRP of $403,036 when purchased new. It is currently up for auction through Bring A Trailer, if you’re interested. Despite having two previous owners, at the time of writing, bidding had already exceeded $415,000, less than a day before the auction ends.