Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher is to officially unveil Ferrari’s newest model at September’s motor show in Frankfurt, it was revealed today.
The Ferrari 430 Scuderia is described by the company as a high-performance special series which uses innovative technology to appeal to some of the most passionate and sports vehicle-loving customers.
In addition, the Scuderia weighs 100 kg less than the F340 coupe and Spider, with minimum trimmings and lightweight features to offer top-quality control and performance.
Those thinking of splashing out on the new model can also benefit from F1 Superfast – new Formula 1 technology which reduces the times for changing gear down to 60 milliseconds.
Meanwhile, Michael Schumacher – who was the F1 world champion seven times – retired in 2006 but is now spending his time assisting the Ferrari construction team for the current racing season.