• Oct 9, 2007
Click on the image above to jump to our 52-image high-resolution gallery

Can't get enough of Ferrari's latest hotness? Neither can we, and the first batch of eight official images to come out of Maranello just weren't enough. So we flew out to Germany and got some more from the 430 Scuderia's unveiling at the Frankfurt auto show. But that still wasn't enough. So we got in touch with Ferrari North America to ask for more, but unfortunately our requests went unheeded.

Thankfully our Italian friends over at Automobilismo.it came to the rescue with a whole F1-calibre convoy full of new press images of the new Scuderia, that stripped-out supercar that laps Ferrari's private Fiorano test track faster than any Ferrari road car in the company's sixty-year history – including the Enzo.

Without confirmation from Ferrari, we can't be 100% sure these are all factory-issued, but until we hear otherwise, we give you this gallery of 52 high-resolution images. Enjoy them, because it can't have been easy for the photographer to get the 430 Scuderia to stay still for long.

[Source: Ferrari via Automobilismo.it]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      Boo! Where are the photos of the blue color?
      • 7 Years Ago
      If it was my money, I probably wouldn't buy a Ferrari. This does, however, look awesome and is now beautifying my desktop.
      • 7 Years Ago
      i think that a few of these most recent pictures are completely digital (now im not sure if thats a given, and im just being a noob, but just in case, this particular image
      http://www.autoblog.com/photos/ferrari-f430-scuderia-7/432084/
      the metal just doesnt look right
      • 7 Years Ago
      A work of art! Surprisingly enough the stripes actually complement the car :)

      http://www.Ferrari-Talk.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      How do u get an offical press package from a automotive muafcture with the official pictures that you see on sites such as this and seriouswheels.com?
      BTW great picts