There is no possibility of denying the importance of this sports car and liking of elite public in the modern society. This is nothing but a mid-engine sports car ever produced by Italian company named Automobile Lamborghini Company, formerly known as SUVs, which is now owned by the Volkswagen Group through its subsidiary brand division Audi.
Lamborghini’s production unit and headquarters are located at Sant’Agata Bolognese Italy and it is believed in 2011, Lamborghini’s 831 employees had produced 1,711 vehicles. The company had gained wide acclaim in 1966 for introduction and production of Miura sports car, which time-honored rear mid-engine, together with rear wheel drive as the standard layout for high-performance cars of the era.
Ferrari 458 sports car is nothing but an advanced version of old F430 model, but a radical changes, in term of interior design and specification was made to the extent of practicability of acceptance of elite people. It was official unveiled some time back in the year 2009 at Frankfurt Motor Show. The important thing you will find here is a dual clutch system. The transmission used in this vehicle is of 7th speed GETRAG gearbox with dual clutch system. Since this vehicle is of sports type its acceleration you will find different more susceptible with of natural aspirated normal car. It has been calculated its meter runs from o-100 km/hr in 3.3 seconds and attains a top speed 325 km/hr.
So far the body of Ferrari 458 is concerned; it was designed by Pininfarina, as with all current Ferrari models. The vehicle’s external styling and body features have designed keeping in view aerodynamic effect and efficiency, helping down to produce a down force of 140 kg at 124 miles per hour. Particularly, the front grille features deformable winglets that lower at high speeds, in regulate to offer reduced drag and increased downforce. Ferrari 458 interior touch was given using input from former Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher, adding a new steering wheel design which incorporates many features and controls as opposed to their being on the dashboard, alike to racing car designs.