|Year/s of production||2007 – 2009|
|Presentation||Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) – 11 September 2007
Galleria Ferrari – 11 September 2007
|VIN span||155217 –|
|Manufactured by||Ferrari S.p.A.|
|Chassis||F 131 – Aluminium-Spaceframe|
|Front suspension||Independent wheel suspension, double unequal-lenght wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, adaptive suspension with Sachs Skyhook-shock absorber and antidive and antisquat|
|Rear suspension||Independent wheel suspension, double unequal-lenght wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, adaptive suspension with Sachs Skyhook-shock absorber and antidive and antisquat|
|Front track||1669 mm|
|Rear track||1616 mm|
|Front tyres||7,5“ x 19“, light alloy wheels
Tyres 235/35 ZR 19“, Pirelli PZero Corsa
|Rear tyres||10“ x 19“, light alloy wheels
Tyres 285/35 ZR 19“, Pirelli PZero Corsa
|Front brakes||Ceramic brake system produced by Brembo, integrated ABS- and ASR-system produced by Bosch, electronically controlled brake force control, 398 mm x 36 mm, 6 pots aluminium calipers|
|Rear brakes||Ceramic brake system produced by Brembo, integrated ABS- and ASR-system produced by Bosch, electronically controlled brake force control, 350 mm x 34 mm, 6 pots aluminium calipers|
|Approx. 1250 kg
Approx. 1350 kg
|Body type||Two-seater Berlinetta|
|Type||F 131B – mid-engine – longitudinal installed|
|Number of cylinders||V8 – 90°|
|Bore and Stroke||92 x 81 mm|
|Camshaft||2 overhead per cylinder bank|
|Valves||4 per cylinder, variable valve train, natural aspiration|
|Ignition||Electronic ignition, Bosch Motornic ME7.1.1, one drive-by-wire per cylinder bank|
|Lubrication||Dry sump, approx.. 10 liter oil|
|Maximum power||510 hp – 8.500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||470 Nm – 5.250 rpm|
|Fuel management||Electronic double injection, Bosch Motronic ME7|
|Clutch||Two disk clutch, 215 mm|
|Weight distribution||43% front, 57% rear|
|Gearbox||F1 gearbox, 6 speed + rev, electro-hydraulic with triple-cone synchronisers on 1st and 2nd speed and double-cone synchronisers on others speed, longitudinal mounted, F1 Superfast 2 software, gear change time only 60 milliseconds, reverse gear activated by switch mounted in center console, new traction control which combines the E-Diff electronic differential and the F1-Trac traction and stability control in one single system, paddle shift on steering column, automatic mode plus launch control (not for US market)|
|Electronics||Control for stability and traction (CST) with new logic of traction control, F1-Trac integrated with electronic differential (E-Diff)
Manettino on steering wheel with five postitions: F1 gearbox, control for stability and traction (CST), electronic differential (E-Diff) and F1-Trac, electronic damping control, with damping decoupling button “soft” on the tunnel, engine ECU
|Acceleration||0-100 km/h: Less than 3,6 sec.|
|Top speed||320 km/h|
The Ferrari 430 Scuderia.
Maranello, 19 July 2007 – The new Ferrari 430 Scuderia will join the road-going V8 line-up alongside the F430 coupé and the F430 Spider. The 430 Scuderia is a truly high-performance 2-seater berlinetta which demonstrates how Ferrari’s Formula 1 know-how is carried across to its production cars.
The new model is a special series based on the F430 and is aimed specifically at Ferrari’s most passionate and sports-driving oriented clients. Development focused on light weight, minimum trimmings and innovative technology. All this to exalt the car’s extremely high-performance and ability to thrill the driver.
The new car can count on an extremely low weight-to-power ratio of just 2.45 kg per hp thanks to a low dry weight of just 1250 kg – 100 kg less than the F430 – and to the naturally-aspirated 4308cc V8’s 510 hp at 8500 rpm.
Superb performance both on and off the track is assured by a series of cutting-edge solutions. There is the latest software – F1 Superfast – which reduces gearchange times to just 60 milliseconds, and new traction control which, for the first time, combines the E-Diff electronic differential and the F1-Trac traction and stability control in a single integrated system.
Vehicle dynamics, control and performance thus represent the zenith of Ferrari’s achievements in terms of developing road-certified sports cars.
The 430 Scuderia will be officially unveiled by Michael Schumacher at the IAA Motor Show in Frankfurt in September 2007.