A Ferrari F430 Scuderia, with a one-off cammo finish, has been recently spotted out on London’s streets.
Exotic supercar owners will sometimes go over their heads to obtain that one-off look of their rides and most of the times they end up with a kitschy vehicle. This can’t be said about this one-off Ferrari F430 Scuderia, which has been recently spotted out in London. The model in question started its life in a blue shade but it has received this army-like wrap from its owner. Our first thought is that the supercar looks quite good like this and it’s definitely a breath of fresh air, compared to the pink ones.
Ferrari has produced the F430 between 2004 and 2009 and this has been replaced by the 458 Italia eventually. The F430 Scuderia has been unveiled back in 2007, by Michael Schumacher, during the Frankfurt Motor Show. It has a total output of 508 HP (379 kW) and it’s 100 kg lighter than the standard vehicle. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint is made in 3.6 seconds and top speed stands at 325 km/h (202 mph). This is the successor of the 360 Challenge and its newest version is named the 458 Speciale.