When you stupendously rich, there a lot of things that is exclusive to you and the envy of your neighbour. For a mystery buyer in the UK, getting a Ferrari wasn't enough and that's when the Italian automaker commissioned the 'very special' 458 MM Speciale. The one-off built under Ferrari's Special Projects division and looks absolutely stunning with the new bodywork.
So what makes it so special? the 458 MM Speciale has been completely designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre, which has added new carbon-fibre front and rear bumpers, updates to the aluminium body work and a new rear spoiler. There are also new side air scoop, new intakes and radiators mounted at different angles to aid cooling.
Furthermore, the alloy wheels are different on the one-off super car and the blacked out A-pillars bring a contrast effect against the pearl white colour shade called Bianco Italia. Bringing in the special touch is the red, white and green 'Tricolore' of the Italian flag that runs down in the centre of the car. The front and rear lights have also been tweaked for a sharper look and blends well into the new styling.
Moving inside, the mystery owner gets a cabin customised to his tastes comprising of a new and improved audio system as well as Cioccolato leather upholstery with white stitching. The controls get white satin rings for improved aesthetics.
The last of the naturally aspirated Ferraris, the 458 MM Speciale draws power from the 4.5-litre V8 flat plane engine with an unchanged power output of 597hp and 540Nm of torque. The motor is paired to a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. As special as it gets, the 458 MM Speciale will catapult its owner from 0-100 km/h in just 3 seconds and can be pushed to a top speed of 325 km/h.