According to recent findings successor to the current performance of 2015 Ferrari 458 M Italia will be presented at the next Geneva Motor Show, and will basically be working on thoroughly redesign version which should bear the 458 M, but this information has not yet been officially confirmed. we will be at some of the details because they do not have. That is related to the driving force, or what is under the hood, we will take it as something where these characteristics come to the fore.
2015 Ferrari 458 M Engine and Specs
Internal calls 142M, the Ferrari should run bi-turbo V8 engine which will be a volume of less than 4 liters. It will therefore be primarily due to new Chinese tax laws that have had a significant negative impact on the sales of the current model-driven 4.5-liter V8 Engines.
Basically will work on the revised 3.8-liter engine from the model T California whose power will be increased to about 497 kW or 675 hp, while peak torque could be raised to about 745 Nm. At the same time the work of economical engines, and among other things, the same should be equipped with the new, and as refined control system of detonativnim combustion engine that automatically adapts to the requirements of each individual cylinder.
To be able to better cope with the extra power and torque of Ferrari experts will equip this model and the improved performance of the former getragovog 7-speed dual-clutch transmissions, which could even get an extra gear. At the end we add to the design of this car should be only minimally revised with emphasis on the aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle.
For now, this is information related to the driving force and that is what you should be. Somehow this is the most interesting because it’s about anticipation. We’ll have to wait for the next show in Geneva, and there will immediately, as soon as the first opportunity presented additional information, or most, because for now it sparingly. We will be in contact with you at all times and report your timely manner of any changes that it occurred.