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General data

 
Year/s of production 2007 – 2009      
Presentation Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) – 11 September 2007
Galleria Ferrari – 11 September 2007
VIN span 155217 –
Number produced
Design Pininfarina
Manufactured by Ferrari S.p.A.
   

Technical Specifications

 
Chassis F 131 – Aluminium-Spaceframe
Length 4512 mm
Width 1923 mm
Height 1199 mm
Wheelbase 2600 mm
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
Dry weight
Kerb weight
Approx. 1250 kg
Approx. 1350 kg
Body material Aluminium
Body type Two-seater Berlinetta
   

Engine

 
Type F 131B – mid-engine – longitudinal installed
Number of cylinders V8 – 90°
Displacement 4308 ccm
Bore and Stroke 92 x 81 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 4 per cylinder, variable valve train, natural aspiration
Compression ratio 11,88:1
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
   

Performance

 
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: Less than 3,6 sec.
Top speed 320 km/h

 

The Ferrari 430 Scuderia.
Michael Schumacher will officially unveil the car at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Copyright: Ferrari

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.

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