The Ferrari 458 Speciale was the harcore version of Ferrari's 458 Italia sports car and was also the last Ferrari where the Maranello based carmaker fitted a naturally aspirated V8.
One owner of this limited edition gem decided to get in touch with Ferrari's Special Projects division to make his Speciale something even more special. The result, the one-off Ferrari 458 MM Speciale.
The 458 MM Speciale use the same crazy 4.5-litre V8 that pushes out 597bhp and 540Nm of torque along with the rest of the running gear.
The British owner of the one-off car though has got Ferrari to tweak the looks of his car. The A-pillars has been blacked out to give the car's front a visor like look.
Other changes include bigger bumpers at the front and rear (they're made from carbon fibre). Also new are air scoops on the sides of the car along with a new spoiler at the rear end. The new car also borrows the 488 GTB's rear taillamps to make it stand out from the rest of the 458 Speciale's around.
The one-off 458 MM Speciale shows that customized Ferrari's can actually be good, provided you get the Prancing horse technicians to work on it.