After the release of the 488 GTB (aka 458’s successor), I thought the Ferrari wouldn’t use the 458 in a project again. Yeah, fortunately, I was wrong and the car which lots of people thought would be the V6-powered Dino resulted in being a one-off project called 458 MM Speciale.
The One-off Ferrari 458 MM Speciale uses the same chassis of the 458 Speciale and was designed by Ferrari Styling center for a lucky customer who demanded a new bodywork handcrafted in aluminum and composite carbon fiber bumpers.
As requested by the customer, the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale boasts a new and aggressive front and rear bumper as well as new side air intakes and a rear spoiler. Additionally, we can see the car on a new 5-spoke set of wheels.
The car is finished in Bianco Italia while a stripe carries the colors of the Italian flag.
At the moment, the details are kept in secret but as the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale is based on the 458 Speciale it probably will be powered by the same V8 engine naturally aspirated with 605 metric horsepower (597bhp) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) of torque.