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Old 10-05-2009, 01:03 AM
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458 pricelists (scans)

from rennteam....thought might be helpful to some:
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Old 10-05-2009, 01:48 AM
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Those options sure do add up! Thanks for posting the translation, very useful. Looks like I'm going to have to dig own that back of the sofa for some loose change...
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Old 10-05-2009, 02:02 AM
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Red face Whoa.....

Seeming like the price of 458 w options will go far higher than 430 Scuderia...

Are u guys thinking so?
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Old 10-05-2009, 02:09 AM
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Calculating from this scan, the base price is 218,210.09 USD, about a 25 grand increase from the 2009 F430 coupe.

Most of the accessory options seem pretty close in price to the F430. But, there are no CF options listed here which are pretty pricey on the F430.

No Daytona or optional seats???

The 20 inch wheels are pretty pricey when compared to the F430's optional Challenge wheels.

Without CF options, I think it's difficult to get to the Scud's price unless you go crazy on the paint.

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Old 10-05-2009, 02:12 AM
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Is VAT included in those prices???

If it is, the prices went down!

The F430 F1 has a base price of 179K Euros.

Edit- Sorry. I just had a better look. VAT IS NOT included in the price in Euros. That base price with Italian VAT (20%) would be 195K Euros ($285K) and therefore 16K Euros more than the F430 F1.

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Old 10-05-2009, 02:24 AM
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Is it possible?

To order the base model without any options? Has anyone done it before?

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I am wrong a bit. If you calculate a 2009 F430 F-1 coupe versus an Italia, the difference is more like 18 to 20 grand increase. That would be a better apple-to-apple comparison because of the F-1 gearbox. 2009's have CCB's standard.

If you look at it, it seems like in general a 5 to 10 percent increase. I guessed $225 K USD (about the same as an F430 Spider) as the base start so it looks like I'll be pretty close when we get the final US numbers.

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Old 10-05-2009, 03:12 AM
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I am wrong a bit. If you calculate a 2009 F430 F-1 coupe versus an Italia, the difference is more like 18 to 20 grand increase. That would be a better apple-to-apple comparison because of the F-1 gearbox. 2009's have CCB's standard.

If you look at it, it seems like in general a 5 to 10 percent increase. I guessed $225 K USD (about the same as an F430 Spider) as the base start so it looks like I'll be pretty close when we get the final US numbers.
It seems your guess was a bit higher . I recall the debate clearly.

StokPro got it right on though.
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Old 10-05-2009, 03:18 AM
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The price list on the right was my quick translation last night into English and there were a couple of errors in translating option codes PNTO and ULEZ. The end figures are just a rough calculation of where UK prices may end up in sterling with UK VAT at 17.5% based upon the base euro price in the Dutch original excluding their local taxes. We'll have to wait and see the official price list to see if the same base prices are used.

Here is the revised translated list.
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Is there anyone out there planning on spending over 4,000 on three handbags?! And what's the difference between 'standard' and 'special' stitching?

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Is there anyone out there planning on spending over 4,000 on three handbags?! And what's the difference between 'standard' and 'special' stitching?
Special is thicker than standard. In the past you had to pay more for "special", but now they are the same price.
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Stripes

Something that has not been mentioned is the PNT4 'Racing Livery' which would imply a stripe package like the Scuderia & 16M options that were available. Was Ferrari giving us a hint with the appearance of the black 458 pictured again for reference below >

What is the PEXS 'Sports Sill Covers' option?
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Anybody noticed the "racing livery" option? Anybody has more info on this option?

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What is the PEXS 'Sports Sill Covers' option?
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I believe the sill covers are the long, thin triangles that run along the lower body from the rear wheels to the front. You can see these in the car configurator.
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Old 10-05-2009, 06:56 AM
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I believe the sill covers are the long, thin triangles that run along the lower body from the rear wheels to the front. You can see these in the car configurator.
That's correct. The option in the price list is to have them painted to match the body. The standard finish is unpainted.
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Special is thicker than standard. In the past you had to pay more for "special", but now they are the same price.
I see. I don't remember that last time round, though I'm not sure I would have paid extra for thicker stitching!

And the 3 layer paint that everyone who's seen it for real is raving about, is that from the 50's and 60's range?

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WOW!!!!!! My mistake again!!!!!

I'm totally sorry. Converting 162900 Euro's into USD gets you $236K USD as a base price.

Sorry about the above post!!!!!! I put in the wrong value.

Sorry I just caught my mistake. Again I apologize if anyone who took the wrong information from my previous post.

BTW: This is nearly a whopping 18% increase from the 2009 base of an F430 coupe F-1

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That's correct. The option in the price list is to have them painted to match the body. The standard finish is unpainted.
Are you sure that standard is unpainted (though it would make sense this way round)?

Anyway, unpainted looks better IMO, as it gives the side view a lighter appearance.
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Old 10-05-2009, 07:32 AM
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Stefan,

If you tick this option on the online configurator you'll see the sill extensions change from dark grey to body colour.
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Old 10-05-2009, 07:33 AM
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And the 3 layer paint that everyone who's seen it for real is raving about, is that from the 50's and 60's range?
No it isn't I'm afraid. At the launch there was talk of the special three layer colours costing 16,000 euros.
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