Owning a Ferrari is something of a status symbol. The prancing horse represents the very finest that Italian performance has to offer. However, the last thing you want to do after collecting your new pride and joy is to find yourself parked next to an identical one. Many manufactures offer customisation options, but Ferrari goes further and is willing to design you a bespoke car like no other before it. This is the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale and it is a rare beast indeed.
Just like the SP12 EC and F12 TRS, the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale is a product of the brands Styling Centre. Using a 458 Speciale as its base, a very commendable choice might we add, the car has been redesigned to feature a highly raked profile. Darkened A-pillars creates that “floating roof” illusion whilst sharper creases add a good pinch of aggression. An integrated rear spoiler and new diffuser increases the downforce available to the car. Details such as the rear lights have been further personalised. Air intakes similar to those found on the 488 allows for better engine cooling. Like the alloy wheels the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale is wearing? They are one of a kind too.
This car was built for an unnamed British buyer at an unspecified cost. The one thing we do know is that this is one mean looking machine.