Produced from 2004-2009, the F430 is powered by a new 483-hp 4.3 liter V8 jointly designed with Maserati. The successor to the 360 featured improved aerodynamics and utilized the same 4-valve cylinder heads, valves and intake trumpets as the Ferrari’s F1 engines. The F430 also came with an active differential and the optional C/SiC ceramic brake system, which Ferrari claims will not fade even in the most extreme driving conditions. The Spyder, Challenge and Scuderia were available in addition to the standard model.
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