A cool Ferrari 458 Italia as a homage for Niki Lauda
Commissioned to the famous Niki Lauda the manufacturer, a new version of Ferrari 458 Italia has been dedicated to convey the message of peace and tranquility to the huge audience worldwide. Ferrari has been a popular car of the people’s choice, a dream possession for many. It so happened that an owner Ferrari 458 Italia asked the car manufacturer to get his car customized offering tribute to Niki Lauda, the former pilot of Formula 1 star of the brand of seventies. This single most copy of the convertible has a shiny, vibrant red colored body with an Italian flag affixed on it.Photo 1: FERRARI
The car roof is white and the car has golden wheels. In the interiors of the car the seats and the central tunnel bear the Italian flag on them. There is a red stitching on the instrumental panel with the LED wheel and the gear lever of the style of an F1.
It’s a two seater Berlinetta that is equipped with powerful V8 engine. Benefitting from the customization program to make the vehicle custom-made and commercially viable, the proud owner of the Ferrari 458 Italia has a lot to make merry while the sun shines down on him. A tribute to Niki Lauda this single copy has been made possible with the help of designing efforts from style center Maranello, the historic seat of Italian manufacturer.Photo 2: A cool Ferrari 458 Italia as a homage for Niki Lauda
What made Niki Lauda and Ferrari draw closer? Were cars there in his blood? In the mid-seventies, Ferrari had a complete dominion over the worldwide championships. Manufacturers and people who adored sporting were inspired by Niki Lauda, and his power packed performance. This Aussie won the coveted title of the ‘World Champion Driver’ in 1975 and 1977 with the famous Scuderia Legendry performer Niki Lauda driving on the road in his Majestic Ferrari. Post a miraculous escape from a severe accident in 1976 at the Nurburgring, Niki came back a winner in his own right. A famous movie that was released on theater called Rush shows the competitive rivalry between Niki Lauda and James Hunt during that time period.