The newest example of a crashed Ferrari 458 Italia is coming from Minnesota and the vehicle looks salvageable.
The Ferrari 458 Italia remains one of the most crashed supercars these past few months and in case you have forgotten all about them, this particular example is a good reminder that packing a lot of horsepower from a mid-engine and combining it with rear-wheel drive and someone behind the wheel with not enough driving experience can turn the whole thing into a nightmare. According to the guys from this particular model has been spotted in Minnesota recently but our source isn’t saying anything on how the crash occurred. If you happen to know more about the subject, please feel free to share.
Meanwhile we will remind you that the Ferrari 458 has recently left the production line in order to make room for its replacement, the 488 GTB, which is nothing more than a facelift equipped with a brand new twin turbo V8 engine. The 458 has been introduced back in 2009, during the Frankfurt Motor Show, and it has been designed just like almost all Ferrari models out there by Pininfarina. The supercar was offered with two body styles, 2-seat coupe, the 458 Italia, and 2-seat roadster, the 458 Spider, both of them carrying the same 4.5 liter naturally aspirated V8 engine under their hoods. The 562 HP (419 kW) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) of torque was sent to the RWD through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.