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Specifications:
Year: 2005
Make: Ferrari
Model: F430
0 - 60 MPH: 4.0 Seconds
Position: Mid Longitudinal
Configuration: 90° V8
Displacement: 262.89 CI / 4309 CC
Power: 490.0 BHP / 365.4 KW @ 8500 RPM
Torque: 343.0 FT LBS / 465 NM @ 5250 RPM
Bore: 3.50 IN 89 MM
Stroke: 3.03 IN 77 MM
HP/L: 113.9 BHP per Liter
HP/LB: 6.5 LBS per BHP
Compression: 11.3:1
Drive Wheels: RWD
Curb Weight: 3197 LBS 1449.9 KG
Length: 177.6 IN / 4510 MM
Width: 75.7 IN / 1923 MM
Height: 47.8 IN / 1214 MM
Wheelbase: 102.4 IN / 2601 MM
Front Track: 65.7 IN / 1669 MM
Rear Track: 63.6 IN / 1615 MM
Front Brakes: Carbon-Ceramic Discs
Rear Brakes: Carbon-Ceramic Discs
Transmission: Formula 1 Gearbox
Maranello, 24 August – The F430 signals the arrival of a brand new generation of Ferrari 8-cylinder models. This new car takes Ferrari’s extraordinary achievements with aluminium technology, begun with the 360 Modena, to a whole new level, and offers a series of extremely significant innovations directly derived from the Ferrari Formula 1 single-seaters.

Two of these innovations are world firsts for production cars: the electronic differential (E-Diff) and the steering wheel-mounted switch (better known to the Formula 1 Scuderia’s drivers as “manettino”), which manages the integrated systems governing vehicle dynamics.

The other main characteristics of the new F430 are its light, compact 4,300 cc 90° V8 engine, which punches out 490 hp to achieve a specific output of 114 hp/litre, also providing the new Ferrari berlinetta with a weight-to-power ratio of 2.8 kg/hp (dry weight); a braking system with carbon-ceramic discs for optimal efficiency under extreme use (optional); a Formula 1-derived gearbox that cuts gear shifting times down to 150 milliseconds allowing the driver to make the very most of this truly high performance car (0-62 mph acceleration in 4 seconds flat, a top speed in excess of 196 mph); and an aerodynamic design that embodies the very latest competition technologies, specifically the flat underbody and large rear diffuser to increase downforce.

The car will be officially presented during the Paris Motor show in September 2004.

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