The Ferrari 458 Spider owned by French football player M’Baye Niang has been recently crashed by an unknown driver, last weekend.
The newest incident involving a Ferrari 458 Spider is coming from France and it’s showing the supercar owned by a football player named M’Baye Niang. The forward / winger wasn’t behind the wheel of his Italian supercar and, according to the local automotive media, the driver is unknown. Hopefully Niang has insured his expensive ride and he will just be in for a long wait until it will return to its former glory, rather than spending a small fortune for this.
The Ferrari 458 Spider is the convertible version of the 458 Italia. The model has been officially presented to the public back in 2011, during the Frankfurt Motor Show, in a premiere. Ferrari says that the 458 Spider has an aluminum retractable hardtop which weighs 25 kg less than the soft roof used on the F430 Spider, which was its predecessor. The roof can be retracted in 14 seconds. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint time remains identical to the one of the solid roof version but top speed has been affected and it now stands at “just” 320 km/h (199 mph).
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