The Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M is a lot more than an open top version of the 430 Scuderia
In 2008 Kimi Raikkonen won Ferrari’s 16th Formula One World Championship for manufacturers. The Scuderia Spider 16M was conceptualized to commemorate this achievement with a limited series of 499 examples. Limited series Ferrari’s are sought after by collectors and this model has almost doubled in value since new due to its rarity and relevance to Ferrari’s history. The 430 Scuderia by comparison was not a limited series model.
The 16M combines the focused handling and drive of the 430 Scuderia with the sensation of open top driving
The vocal 4308cc V8 engine produces 503 BHP with a visceral high-pitched scream. F1 derived technology results in confidence inspiring handling with the superfast 2 6 speed F1 gearbox shifting at 60 milliseconds
The 16M is capable of being civilized as well as aggressive. This is achieved through the adaptive driving technology selected via the steering wheel mounted Manettino plus the suspension button which allows for independent control of ride quality regardless of mode
One of only 9 Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M examples imported to South Africa which has covered only 8325km from new. This example was specced closely to the official Ferrari launch specification with lightweight five spoke forged rims (not specced on all South African 16M examples), Tricolore livery and Carbon fibre racing seats trimmed in Alcantara with red stitching.
Other highlights include the extensive use of carbon fibre over and above a 430 Scuderia with Carbon fibre headlight buckets, front bumper, roll hoop covers and diffuser.
This presents a user friendly but exciting entry point into the world of limited series Ferrari ownership with this 16M coming with all documentation, accessories and even the limited edition 16M sculpture.
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