A selection of images from the show in Pasadena, California.
In both cases, if you tap that ass, you WILL get burned.
This time it’s a Ferrari F430 16M Scuderia Spider. There are 499 of these in the world (or less – unquallified drivers happen). It looks cool but it is less about trolling for herpes and an asskicking/robbery handjobs on skid row at the country club and more about putting it on the track and playing Niki Lauda. Per Car and Driver:
Just as in the 430 Scuderia, the interior is stripped of all comfort features. Carbon fiber and aluminum line the cabin. There is no carpet, just diamond-plate-style aluminum on the floor, accented by exposed welds. The carbon-framed seats are covered in weight-saving cloth and offer only manual fore-and-aft and seatback angle adjustments. The doors are skinned with carbon fiber as well. The only concession to luxury lives in the dash: a horizontally docked iPod touch, the sound from which is delivered to occupants via six speakers (yup, there’s a sound system on a track-ready Ferrari). But it’s a miracle you can even hear the thing, because this is quite possibly the loudest roadgoing car we have ever driven.
Click through for more shots of this hottie (the car, perv).
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