Prefer your Ferrari 458 Speciale to allow the wind to rush through your hair? Then the 458 Speciale A is for you.
Behind your head is the same naturally aspirated V8 as the closed-cockpit model, delivering 605 stallions and 398 lb-ft of torque tightly controlled by the Speciale’s SCC traction control system.
Over your head is an aluminum roof that folds away when not needed, adding only 110 pounds to the total curb weight of 3,310 pounds. Ferrari claims this won’t affect the convertible’s nil to 60 run of 3 seconds, adding the Speciale A is the automaker’s most aero-advanced convertible ever.
Like the Speciale, the Speciale A is track-ready, from the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tires, to the Formula One-inspired gear awaiting the driver inside.
Alas, should you desire this one, only 499 will be assembled. Of course, if you’re on the list, you more than likely already got yours.