(SOLD) 2009 Ferrari 430 Scuderia

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  • Transmission : Rear Wheel Drive + limited slip differential
  • Gearbox: automatic 6 gear with sequential mode
  • Tyres : 235/35/19 Front     285/35/19 Rear
  • Brakes Front : Ventilated drilled discs carbon-ceramic (398mm) 6 piston fixed calipers
  • Brakes Rear : Ventilated drilled discs carbon-ceramic (350mm) 6 piston fixed calipers

Carte Blanche have in stock a very special and collectable Scuderia with very low KMS. This Ferrari, unlike many others, has never been used on a track and this is reflected in the original condition with the recent survey completed showing only 5% use of brakes and 3-4% on clutch.  Complete with all original documentation and full service history.

The Ferrari is a physical car available immediately. Currently located in Jersey and we can arrange delivery anywhere.

As with many of our classic and performance cars this is one to keep and enjoy and is another great investment opportunity. Serving as the successor to the Challenge Stradale, the 430 Scuderia (scuderia meaning “stable of horses”, but also used in the context of motor racing teams, including Ferrari’s own) was unveiled by Michael Schumacher at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show. Aimed to compete with cars like the Porsche RS models and the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera (superleggera meaning super light weight), it is lighter (by 100 kg/220 lb) and more powerful (510 PS (375 kW; 503 hp) at 8500 rpm) than the standard F430. Increased power comes from a revised intake, exhaust, and an ion-sensing knock detection system that allows for a higher compression ratio. Thus the weight-to-power ratio is reduced from 2.96 kg/hp to 2.5 kg/hp. In addition to the weight saving measures, the Scuderia semi-automatic transmission gained improved “Superfast”, known as “Superfast2”, software for faster 60 millisecond shift-times. A new traction control system combined the F1-Trac traction and stability control with the E-Diff electronic differential. The Ferrari 430 Scuderia accelerates from 0-100 kilometres per hour (62 mph) in 3.6 seconds, with a top speed of 202 miles per hour (325 km/h). Ferrariclaims that around their test track, Fiorano Circuit, it matches the Ferrari Enzo, and the Ferrari F430’s successor, the Ferrari 458.