A unique version of the Ferrari 458 Speciale, finished in Kermit Green, has been recently spotted.
Last year, we have seen Jay Kay’s Ferrari LaFerrari finished in Kermit Green and now time has come for yet another supercar, made in Maranello, to receive the same paint on its body. The model in question is a Ferrari 458 Speciale coming with optional yellow shields added to the front quarter panels, the racing stripe with dark blue and white finishes, yellow brake calipers and center caps, a similarly finished interior design with yellow stitching and several other tweaks. The Italian supercar in question is said to have been delivered to Australia and it’s a truly eye catching ride.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale has been officially unveiled back in 2013, during the Frankfurt Motor Show, and it is the spiritual successor of the 360 Challenge and the F430 Scuderia. This has been based on the regular 458 and it is taking its power from the same 4.5 liter naturally aspirated V8 engine, which is also found on the standard model. The unit has been upgraded and it is now capable of producing a total output of 605 HP (445 kW) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) of torque, enough to allow it to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in just 3 seconds and 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.1 seconds. On the Fiorano track, the model do a lap in just 1:23.5 seconds, 5 seconds slower than the F12 Berlinetta and 1.5s faster than the 458.