One deep-pocketed owner has the latest bespoke Ferrari masterpiece. The creamy white gimmick was specially manufactured for a British driver and made its first appearance at Fiorano where Dario Benuzzi, Ferrari chief test driver. The deal value as well as the personality data on the person who bought a one-of-a-kind specialty has been undisclosed.
For this bespoke model, codenamed the 458 MM Speciale, Ferrari made the distinctive exterior changes. Created by the Ferrari Styling Center, the stand-alone design turns all the heads, with extremely sporty lines featuring modified carbon-fibre bumpers and additional tail-end black spoiler, to achieve better aerodynamics. The street-legal model shares the platform with the standard-issue 458 Speciale running the same chassis and the V8 597-hp engine. The 458 MM boasts also modified air intakes, a bright-new side air scoop and high-profile A-pillars finished in deep black. Painted a bespoke white hue called Bianco Italia, the model also pays tribute to the national Italian flag using red, green and white tricolor stripes combination.
Inside the car, the interior is made in dark chocolate (Cioccolato) color; the leather upholstery along with contrasted white stitching put the highest value on the uniqueness.