- Only 3.270 KM mileage
- One owner from new
- Ceramic brakes
|Price:||124.950,- € (incl. 19% VAT)|
* Fuel consumption: (DIN 70030) 12,7 L Super determined at 3/4 of maximum speed, maximum of 110 km / h below surcharge of 10% (factory specification)
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The Ferrari F430
Founded in 1947 in Maranello, Italy, by sports car driver Enzo Ferrari, the company has been able to take advantage of the benefits offered by the cost-intensive operation of an in-house racing team in the supreme discipline of motor sport since 1950. The Italians also remained true to the principle of transferring technical features from professional racing machines to road sports cars in their mid-engine Ferrari F430, which rolled off the production line as a V8 entry-level model in the years 2004 to 2009 as the successor to the Ferrari 360. The designers proudly pointed out that their new product was the world's first street sports car to feature an electronically controlled differential and a steering wheel knob known among racers as the “manettino”. In addition to shifting speed, this allowed the electronic stability and traction control to be adjusted to different road conditions and driving modes. Anyone who dared to do so, could also set the ferrari red switch to the off position and move the Ferrari F430 without any correction by the electronic aids, which have proven themselves in Formula 1. The heart of the two-door sports coupé from the studios in Maranello was the V8 mid-engine with a displacement of 4.3 litres, which was installed under a large glass hood behind the driver's seats, and also used in a similar way in models of the sister company Maserati. The 4.50-metre long and 1.92-metre wide Ferrari F430 had a power output of 360 kW (490 hp) with this engine. Thus the coupé reached the limit of one hundred kilometres per hour within four seconds; the top speed was just short of 315 km/h. Controlled braking was made possible with the help of its carbon-ceramic brake system from Brembo, which won the "Compasso d'Oro" in the first year of construction of the F430. The standard six-speed automatic transmission could be manipulated by means of steering wheel pedal shifters. The design of the coupé was characterized by the large air intakes in the front of the car, which were pulled down close to the ground, and by the longitudinally installed slit headlights. The rear was dominated by four small round headlights, four large exhaust outlets and the diffuser, which was raised into the area of the bumpers, intended to ensure maximum grip at high speeds.
The Ferrari F430 offered here was approved on January 7, 2009 by its first and so far only owner. The following years the car remained almost unused in its Ferrari collection. This is demonstrated, among other things, by the interior, which is still protected in places in plastic film. We hand over this Ferrari F430 to its future owner with only 3,270 KM mileage including a new TÜV. Our sales staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have.