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Ferrari 458 Italia specs

Price in Europe €194,000 - €243,183
Price in US $229,925 - $332,032
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1485-1565 kg (3274-3450 lbs)
Dimensions 4.53 m (178 in) long, 1.94 m (76 in) wide, 1.21 m (48 in) high
Wheelbase 2.65 m (104 in)
Introduced 2009
Origin country Italy
Gas mileage 26.1-11.7 l/100 km (9-20 mpg US / 11-24 mpg UK)
Insurance group 50 / 50
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Acceleration (mph)

0 - 30 mph1.2 s
0 - 40 mph1.7 s
0 - 50 mph2.3 s
0 - 60 mph3.0 s
0 - 70 mph3.7 s
0 - 80 mph4.7 s
0 - 90 mph5.8 s
0 - 100 mph6.2 s
0 - 120 mph8.9 s
0 - 140 mph12.2 s
0 - 150 mph15.0 s
0 - 160 mph17.0 s
0 - 180 mph23.3 s
Est. 1/8 mile7.6 s @ 107.5 mph
1/4 mile10.8 s @ 134.2 mph
Est. 1/2 mile18.1 s @ 160.3 mph
Est. 1 mile29.0 s @ 182.1 mph

Acceleration (kph)

0 - 40 kph1.3 s
0 - 50 kph1.5 s
0 - 60 kph2.0 s
0 - 80 kph2.6 s
0 - 100 kph3.1 s
0 - 120 kph4.5 s
0 - 130 kph4.7 s
0 - 140 kph5.6 s
0 - 160 kph6.9 s
0 - 180 kph8.2 s
0 - 200 kph9.2 s
0 - 250 kph16.0 s
0 - 300 kph32.4 s
1000 m19.6 s @ 271.0 kph
Ferrari 458 Italia acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed330 kph (205 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 010.7 s @ 761 ft
Est. max acceleration0.93 g (9 m/s²)
18m slalom70.7 kph (43.9 mph)
36m slalom136.0 kph (84.5 mph)
Est. emissions311 g/km
Lateral acceleration1.08 g (11 m/s²)
Downforce @ 200 kph140 kg (308 lbs)

Powertrain specs

Engine type V8
Displacement 4.5 l (275 ci)
Power 570 ps (562 bhp / 419 kw)
Torque 540 Nm (398 lb-ft)
Power / liter 127 ps (125 hp)
Power / weight 373 ps (367 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 353 Nm (260 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 30 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 14 ps
Transmission 7 speed dual clutch
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

More 0-60 and 1/4 mile times

Braking distance

100 kph - 033 m (108 ft)
190 kph - 0122 m (400 ft)
200 kph - 0126 m (412 ft)
60 mph - 030 m (99 ft)
70 mph - 044 m (143 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.6 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.7 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.1 s
80 - 120 kph (6)4.3 s
80 - 120 kph (7)6.9 s
80 - 160 kph (4)5.5 s
80 - 160 kph (5)6.7 s
80 - 160 kph (6)8.9 s
80 - 160 kph (7)12.7 s
Est. 100 - 140 kph2.4 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph6.7 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph22.4 s

Interior noise

Noise @ idle52 dB
Noise @ 80 kph72 dB
Noise @ 100 kph75 dB
Noise @ 130 kph78 dB
Noise @ 160 kph84 dB
Noise @ 180 kph84 dB
Noise @ 70 mph75 dB
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kyurtseven7  2m ago

İstanbul Park:

 

2:09:540


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liverpool614  3m ago

quote:“In Sports Auto Supertest, one of the testing criteria is the car's downforce (or lift). Sports Auto supertest uses Mercedes static wind tunnel to perform this test at 200km/h (or 124mph). In the case of the Ferrari 458, the downforce shown was shockingly low. It had 32kg of gasp LIFT in the front and 31kg of downforce in the rear. This result is very far off from Ferrari's own claim of 140kg of downforce at 200km/h and 360kg at 300km/h.”


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hostboy  7m ago

Even today, the Ferrari 458 stands out as the benchmark supercar.


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hostboy  9m ago

The maximum that an NA or supercharged car can legally produce is 5-10% over manufacturer quoted power, whereas for a turbocharged car it's between 10% and 20% depending on the application.

Using this calculator, a curb weight of 3615 lb WITH driver and a near full tank of gas, and 590 bhp, the F458 cannot legally trap more than 128mph in the quartermile. Any more than that, it's considered MODIFIED. And I believe it is accurate considering that Ferrari and Lamborghini both rarely underrate power figures, as opposed to McLaren and Porsche (which can be up to 10% for NA and 20% for turbo applications).

https://goodcalculators.com/quarter-mile-calculator/

ALSO, the maximum (meaning fastest) quartermile time should be 11.5-0.2=11.3 excluding the rollout.

No F458 weighs 3300 lbs. Not every manufacturer claim is correct.

Use the Fox and Hale formulas and you'll see what I mean ;)

Even this source below estimates no higher than 131mph on a VHT dragstrip: http://www.torquestats.com/modified/index.php?pid=calculator&action=calculate_times&drive=RWD&bhp=590&weight=1640&submit=Calculate

The F458 is doing 11.1 (minus the rollout) at 130mph in its best form, and that's only with a secret launch control equipped in Euro-spec Ferraris which typically are lighter than US ones.


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hostboy  9m ago

3.45/9.8 = 352kph top speed, 3.15/9.5 = 332kph top speed. The latter is more likely for the 458 based on top speed, but 9.5 to 200kph is also impossible with just 570hp, let alone 570ch. But this ratio is also equal to 3.45/10.4. (11.2/10.4)^0.5 = 208kph/129mph in the 1/4-mile... on a dragstrip where only the first 1254ft of speed are recorded, 204kph/127mph (similar results to a 600-700hp muscle car)

The 458 is even slower than a Gallardo SL or a Murcielago SV (both of which do the same trap speed due to AWD) and only beats the LFA because of shorter gearing.

A 129-mph trap speed is not even 997 GT2 RS territory (that car will terrorize the 458 Italia). It's closer to an SLS AMG Black Series or a Viper T/A.


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hostboy  9m ago

The Ferrari 458 Italia did not trap 134 mph in M/T's conducted test. Here's why. Let me start off with a quote from Wikipedia regarding the entry of a LaFerrari in their 1/4-mile article:

Motor Trend´s LaFerrari report published a 9.7 second 1/4 mile after the 9.9 second result was rewritten to account for weather. Motor Trend stated: "Fiorano's downhill front straight was the only place we were allowed to do acceleration runs, and we couldn't run backward for a two-way average. The data shows the fastest quarter-mile run declining by 18.2 feet from start to finish, or 1.4%. For reference, the National Hot Rod Association allows a 1.0 percent maximum grade over the course of a quarter mile.

Noting that this "MIRA" track was also used by Ferrari itself, with mention of wind being used as an "opportunity" by Motor Trend, I'm not obligated to take that 134mph trap speed seriously; especially if a Huracan or an Aventador traps 135mph.

The dual-clutch naturally-aspirated Ferrari also couldn't be equally as quick, let alone quicker from 120-140 mph than from 100-120 mph in a regular straight line.

0-60mph 3.0sec + 0.3 for rollout = 3.3; that means 100km/h in 3.42-3.46s, but let's use 3.45
0-100mph 6.4 + 0.3 = 6.7
0-120mph 8.9 + 0.3 = 9.2
0-140mph 12.2 + 0.3 = 12.5

100-120mph from 6.7 to 9.2 gives a ratio of almost 1.75, while 120-140mph from 9.2 to 12.5 gives a ratio of nearly 2.

(100/120)^1.73920x9.2
(120/140)^1.98847x12.5

Anywhere from 9.78 to 9.86s from 0-200km/h, but we'll use 9.8s.

3.45+9.8/(3.45+9.8)x10 = 10.846s from 0-380m (this is the Quattroruote/DragTimes/NHRA version of the 400m run)

3.45+9.8/(3.45+9.8)x10.375 = 11.124s from 0-400m (the true 400m); if you subtract for rollout, that 400m time becomes 10.824s.

Nonetheless, the quarter-mile time posted in M/T's datasheet is accurate for an American test. But it sure won't replicate that 134mph trap speed! Actually, the ratio should be much higher in a small-displacement, high-revving n/a car.

(134.0/120)^(1.73920/0.75)x9.2 = 11.9s (11.6s with rollout)

(132.0/120)^(1.73920/0.75)x9.2 = 11.5s (11.2s with rollout)

(130.6/120)^(1.73920/0.75)x9.2 = 11.2s (10.9s with rollout)

Even at the 1366ft line the car will be trapping 132.X mph at best. The 11.2sec 1/4-mile time is possible only with the secret launch control, but it'll void the car's warranty even worse than the Dodge Demon's transbrake will. The quarter-mile time and trap speed of 11.3s (even with rollout) and 130.6mph are the weather-corrected results. 0.4sec and 3.4mph slower than what were published in M/T's database. This means without rollout, the actual tested 1/4-mile time was as high as 11.6 seconds!!!

Hope this helps ;)


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TypeF173  9m ago

Motortrend tested the Ferrari 458 in England!

https://www.motortrend.com/reviews/ferrari-458-italia-test/

Quote>"Demonstrating a fit of pure-Italian logic, Ferrari dispatched us to a compact test track in England to give the 458 spurs. The Motor Industry Research Association (MIRA) facility near Birmingham offered a rough cornering pad, a one-mile-long straightaway, and a few moments of dry pavement between wind and rain squalls. We used the opportunity to utmost advantage to record these chart-topping performance figures:

ACCELERATION
0-60mph 3.0sec
0-100mph 6.4
0-120mph 8.9
0-140mph 12.2
0-160mph 17.0
0-180mph 23.3
1/4-mile 10.9sec @ 134 mph
Peak g 0.96
30-70mph passing 4.2sec
BRAKING
70-0mph 143ft
Peak g 1.18
CORNERING
L 1.04g
R 1.08g
SPEED IN GEARS
I 47mph
II 66
III 89
IV 112
V 141
VI 173
VII 202."

Some sweet little numbers in there!


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TypeF173  9m ago

So finally the little baby Ferrari. And straight away~

Quote>"0 - 300 kph 32.4 s."

but

Quote>"0 - 180 mph 23.3 s."

I mean, like NO!😂💯


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hostboy  9m ago

Ferrari 458 Italia (2009):
Claimed Power: 562 bhp / 570 PS / 419 kW
Actual Power: 614 bhp / 623 PS / 458 kW
Estimated Weight: 1521 kg with driver and fuel
Source of Estimations: TorqueStats *with several adjustments
Imperial acceleration figures (for U.S.):
▪ 0-30 mph: 1.220 s
▪ 0-60 mph: 3.013 s
▪ 0-100 mph: 6.700 s
▪ 0-150 mph: 14.851 s
▪ 0-200 mph: 39.721 s
▪ Top speed: 207.300 mph *average of both directions
▪ 1/4 mile: 10.974 s @ 133.700 mph
▪ 1 mile: 27.304 s @ 179.238 mph
▪ 1' rollout: 0.306 s
Metric acceleration figures (for rest of the world):
▪ 0-100 km/h: 3.447 s
▪ 0-200 km/h: 10.124 s
▪ 0-300 km/h: 29.735 s
▪ Top speed: 340.478 km/h
▪ 0-380 m: 10.956 s @ 208.491 km/h
▪ 0-400 m: 11.235 s @ 211.269 km/h
▪ 0-1000 m: 19.751 s @ 271.609 km/h


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hostboy  9m ago

The Ferrari F142 is perhaps the most profitable and most successful supercar platform in the world, underpinning the Prancing Horse's mid-level models such as the 458, 488, F8, and SF90. Ferrari is an obvious, well-known exotic brand which also happens to have cousins like Maserati, Alfa Romeo, and Fiat. Its hometown rivals are Lamborghini and to a lesser degree, Pagani. All are exotic brands (bar Alfa Romeo and Fiat). Italy is very well known for exotic cars.

I am aware that the earlier naturally aspirated V8 Ferraris (up to 360 Modena) weren't supercars, but that's not the case with the F430 and 458. The latter two proved a sales success and basically paved way for the bulletproof 488 and F8. The F430 escalated from being an entry-level Ferrari to a mid-level one later in production, thanks to the luxurious California roadster which was intended to rival the Audi R8 and BMW M6/Alpina B6 convertibles, as well as the flagship Mercedes-Benz roadsters (i.e. the '600' and 'AMG' versions of the SL-Class).


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Casual Car Guy  11m ago

Please remove the 10.8 quarter mile time. It doesn't have a source.


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Shwingbob  1y ago

how is the nurburgring full time faster than the non full time?


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hostboy  1y ago

NA engines are as rare as strict manners and pre-cancel culture


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Hoppelmoppel123  1y ago

@fastestlaps if the topspeed is from Car and Driver please delete, it is an estimate too
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196ss  1y ago

Velo Citta - 0:59,440
Acelerados Especial #56
Driver - Rubens Barrichello

 


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Hoppelmoppel123  2y ago

@fastestlaps if the topspeed is from Car and Driver please delete, it is an estimate too
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FastestLaps  2y ago

Since we are in 458 page, two local Instagram influencers died last night when they smashed 458 Italia into birch trees at somewhere around 200 kph (I am guesstimating the speed). And yes - it did catch fire like a true Ferrari 458. In fact it erupted into bright fireball immediately on impact. More like a plane crash...

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It just shows once again what heroes influencers and YouTubers are. They are risking their lives for their videos and our entertainment. Also shows how smart and courageous they are, because it takes smarts and courage to go 200 kph in a 90 kph (or 70?) zone...


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hostboy  2y ago

The 458 is the one car that is supposed to target the Gallardo, but is actually as fast as the Huracán.


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Cocobe  2y ago

Curious, is this the car with the most lap times on this site?


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benedekpuskas  2y ago

Don't ask why but I added the 1/8 mile time to the 1/4 mile time and I got a pretty realistic 1/2 mile time. Then I added the 1/4 mile time again and I got a really nice 1-mile time. I'm quite tired so maybe all of this is totally unequivocal but still pretty interesting. :D


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Mert  3y ago

 


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Mert  3y ago

I reach 344 stock 458 italia


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dddd  4y ago

 

Ferrari 458 v-boxed - very good results : 100-200 km/h in 6,5 s !


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dr. cosimo  4y ago

the ubertastic car, now give me a v12 and i will be on leave for a while

 


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hostboy  5y ago

Why does it take only 0.4s to go from 90 to 100 mph?? Doesn't sound righhht


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Thiago_Lins  6y ago

Add lap in Velo Citta

Ferrari 458 Italia, 0:59.440, Rubens Barrichello

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd0cc1UfulE
2:34-3:38


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Chanante  7y ago

 


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Good Gamer  7y ago

Does any one have scans of this issue of AutoFoco magazine where they compare 458 and GTR at estoril.

The issue was of 11/1/2014 and Lap times I found from owners of issue were as follows
458 Italia 1:57.43
GTR R35 550ps 1:54.26
Driver: Pedro Salvador

 


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BR2+  7y ago

...You expected the GTO to be slow?..


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Kota  7y ago

fakekillerfour and Chanante THANK YOU!!

This?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiqV5XlY1ps

The unexpected surprise is that 599GTO being very quick! The 458 in this video seem to be in drafting/slipstreaming almost all the way, so 7:32.92 seems to be the more legitimate time.

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