Saturday, March 21, 2009

FERRARI 430 SCUDERIA SHELL

Ferrari 430 Scuderia with touch steering

The 430 Scuderia was unveiled by Michael Schumacher at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show.

It is the ENHANCED sportier version of the classic F430… lightened, sportier and more innovative. It is called dubbed by Ferrari as the strongest and purest Ferrari – the highest expression of the Ferrari DNA in terms of uncompromising sportiness – a unique supercar. Combines perfectly handling, control and performance.

The F430 Scuderia is the perfect car for passionate and sporty customers, who use their car on race tracks and closed off circuits. An ultimate aspiration for those seeking a compromise between extreme performance and driving pleasure. The touch steering feature, is a new feature to the shell ferrari cars this season.. as i might say it is nice to see change since the last few season ferrari's SHELL.. Almost all the car this season has the Touch Steering feature.. if you have a big room with a clean non bumpy surface , you might just see the power of the toy with the pull back and touch steering feature.. its really nice to see the car go in circles.. An official badge from ferrari saying its an official product from them really makes us owning this toy car really special... as it is a licence product from ferrari...

· The 430 Scuderia was unveiled by Michael Schumacher at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show.

· It is lighter (by 100 kg/220 lb) and more powerful (515 PS (508 hp/379 kW) at 8500 rpm.) than the standard F430. Thus the weight-to-power ratio is reduced from 2.96 kg/hp to 2.5 kg/hp.

· The cosmetic differences between the 430 Scuderia and the F430 upon which it is based include a re-styled front fascia, modified side-skirts, twin exhaust tips, a revised rear diffuser design, 19" wheels designed specifically for the 430 Scuderia, carbon-fibre wing, mirrors, carbon-fibre challenge grille, two racing stripes along the middle and the 430 Scuderia badge.

2 comments:

118diecast said...

Are these 1:64s? Very nice... Cheers!

Brent Boone said...

Are these 1:64s? Very nice... Cheers!