Leaked price list reportedly shows UK pricing for the Ferrari 458 Italia
7 October 2009

The Ferrari 458 Italia will cost from £149,246 excluding VAT, according to a leaked price list.

The price list has appeared in internet forums and it has not been confirmed whether or it is official. The list gives prices for the F430 replacement for the UK, as well as Europe, where it will reportedly cost 162,900 euro excluding local taxes.

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Options are also included on the leaked price list. Metallic paint will cost £2153, while “colours from the 50s and 60s” will cost £6459.

For those who want to set their 458 Italia up for the track, racing harnesses are £1860, with a racing livery costing £5140.

Upgraded 20-inch forged aluminium alloys will cost £3207 and the brake callipers will be available in rosso corsa, rosso scuderia, giallo Modena or aluminium for £779.

Interior options included a leather headlining for £458 and electrically adjustable seats costing £2016.

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7 October 2009

[quote Autocar]The Ferrari 458 Italia will cost from £149,246 excluding VAT, Europe, where it will reportedly cost 162,900 euro excluding local taxes.[/quote]

wow, less than 10% difference in price in pounds to price in euros; almost exactly what the exchange rate is at the moment. Looks like Ferrari wants to make sure no one from the Continent will be tempted to order their LHD Fezza at an English dealership.

First Vauxhall/Opel announced almost identical pound/euro prices, for their new Astra, now Ferrari. How long before the rest have to realign their pound to euro prices from the more common 1:1.3-1.5 ratio currently?

7 October 2009

I realize that people buying these cars do not necessarilly penny pinch....but 6.5k for a nostalgic paint job? And 2.5k for metallic paint? When you look at the cost for all the other upgrades it may as well be April fools.

I really hope this is a hoax; if not, common Ferrari, don't gouge your clientelle...

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