While it may not have garnered as much attention as other, more ostentatious models, the Ferrari F430 was an exceptionally noteworthy car. With the need to create a successor to the F360, and with Ferrari's dominance in Formula 1 at the time, the Italian automaker had an abundance of inspiration and expertise to craft a high-performing, aesthetically pleasing road car that would appeal to enthusiasts and capitalize on the brand's on-track success. Collaborating with Pininfarina, Ferrari introduced the exquisite Ferrari F430 in 2004. During its relatively brief production span, the F430 sold more than 15,000 units, making it one of the most successful models in Ferrari's history. Even today, the F430 is widely regarded as one of the most outstanding Ferrari cars ever produced.
This particular 2009 Ferrari F430 coupe has been given a special touch to make it stand out even more. While the exterior enhancements may not be immediately apparent, a discerning eye will notice the Xenon headlights, yellow-painted brake calipers, and blacked-out rear lights. However, this F430 has much more to offer, including 4-wheel ventilated ceramic disc brakes, a tuned free-flow exhaust system, as well as new tire rods, ball joints, and headers. Inside, the F430 boasts a luxurious brown leather interior with Daytona-style seats, a carbon fiber driving zone and lower cabin zone, upholstered rear bench and back wall, a roll cage, a power rack and pinion steering wheel, the iconic yellow tachometer, and various Ferrari Easter eggs from the early 2000s that one can discover while exploring the cabin. Overall, the Ferrari F430 interior was designed to provide a luxurious and sporty driving experience. Customers had the option to personalize their cars according to their tastes and preferences, making the F430's interior highly customizable.
Under the hood of the Ferrari F430 lies a potent and high-revving 4.3-liter V8 engine paired with a Ferrari F1 automatic transmission, capable of producing 483 horsepower and 343 lb-ft of torque. This engine was an evolution of the 3.6-liter V8 found in the Ferrari 360, but with increased displacement and several enhancements to improve performance. Notable features include an electronically controlled differential, BOSCH Motronic, and BOSCH 5.3 ABS/ASR system, which contribute to the F430's impressive performance and handling.
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