Ferrari F430 Scuderia

The new model is a special series based on the F430 and is aimed specifically at Ferrari’s most passionate and sports-driving oriented clients. Development focused on light weight, minimum trimmings and innovative technology. All this to exalt the car’s extremely high-performance and ability to thrill the driver.


The new car can count on an extremely low weight-to-power ratio of just 2.45 kg per bhp thanks to a low dry weight of just 2755 lb – 220 lb less than the F430 – and to the naturally-aspirated 4308cc V8’s 510 bhp at 8500 rpm.



Superb performance both on and off the track is assured by a series of cutting-edge solutions. There is the latest software – F1 Superfast – which reduces gearchange times to just 60 milliseconds, and new traction control which, for the first time, combines the E-Diff electronic differential and the F1-Trac traction and stability control in a single integrated system.

Vehicle dynamics, control and performance thus represent the zenith of Ferrari’s achievements in terms of developing road-certified sports cars.




The 430 Scuderia will be officially unveiled by Michael Schumacher at the IAA Motor Show in Frankfurt in September 2007.

Here’s a surprise: the new track-tuned high-performance version of the F430 won’t be called the Challenge Stradale like many thought, but instead will be known as the Scuderia, Italian for stable. That’s stable like a home for a powerful prancing horse, not like the state of mind that is constantly eluding Lindsay Lohan.
The rest of the car is what you would expect from an enthusiast version of a Ferrari. The engineers concentrated on lowering the weight and increasing the power from the standard F430. The Scuderia weighs in at 2755 pounds — a savings of 220 pounds — while producing an extra 27 horsepower over the F430 for a total of 510 ponies. This works out to a power-to-weight ratio of one horsepower to 5.4 pounds. Bravissimo!




Ferrari didn’t forget about the rest of the car, outfitting it with the latest technology from the company’s F1 program. An update to the transmission brings shift times down to a lightning-quick 60 milliseconds, while the traction and stability systems also get a race-inspired update.




All of this performance will no doubt come at a hefty premium, probably around $220,000. We’ll know more when the Scuderia is unveiled by Michael Schumacher himself at the Frankfurt Auto Show this fall. In the meantime, check out our photo gallery below.




Scribbled on November 26th 2007 in Ferrari, Ferrari F430, Ferrari F430 Scuderia
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