One of the first renderings with the upcoming Ferrari 458M has recently hit the web and it is providing us with a new look into the upcoming model, which will be produced in Maranello.
The Ferrari 458M has been already caught on camera by spy photographers while it was being tested out so its development is no longer a surprise. What comes as something new is its design, which will be evolutionary. In fact, the 458M will not be a brand new supercar but more of a facelift, similar to what the company has made with the California and California T. The exterior design of the model will be slightly updated and its engine will be more powerful too.
A new twin-turbo V8 engine is expected to be making its way under the hood of the Ferrari 458M, with 3.8 liters in displacement, which should produce a total output of 670 HP. This will be way more than what the 458 Speciale and Speciale Aperta have to offer, so chances are we will see new versions of these two supercars too, but probably in one or two years. Most importantly, the 458M will be up there, once more, with the Lamborghini Huracan and the McLaren 650S.
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