By Alex VellaVeronica, Editor of TalkSportThe Ferrari 458 Italia, the first Vana model since the original 911 GT1, has been revealed by Ferrari.
The car has been named the Vana and will be available from 2019, in the new ‘white’ colour, to coincide with the new GT1.
The Vana was announced in September by Ferrari as a limited-edition offering for 2019.
It will be powered by the V12 petrol engine and features a five-speed dual-clutch gearbox, an aluminium body and a tubular rear wing.
It will be offered in four colour options, red, white, black and grey, with the 2018 model set to debut in 2019.
In the press release, Ferrari also said the Vanas design will be based on the design of the 911 GT3 RS, the fastest production car of the year, which was introduced in 2014.
The Vana will use the same carbon fiber chassis as the RS, but will be lighter and more aerodynamic.
The 2018 Vanas will be the first new car in history to be built entirely with carbon fibre, which Ferrari says will help reduce weight and increase stiffness.
It is not clear yet whether this is an attempt to bring a few more points in the standings or whether Ferrari is aiming to increase the Vena’s competitiveness in the supercar segment.
In 2018, Ferrari announced that the Vaneas top speed was set to reach 270km/h, and the company says the new car will have a top speed of 265km/s.
It also confirmed that the new model will be capable of reaching 60mph in 2.8 seconds, which is up from the current Vana’s 1.8sec.
It also said that the 2018 VANA will feature a new fuel injection system, which will allow it to reach a top gear speed of 730km/hr, up from 600kph, and will also be able to reach 60mph from a standstill in 3.8s.
Ferrari says that the 2017 model was the first production car to feature a rear wing, which has now been removed.
This has been a significant design change from the previous year’s model, with all the aerodynamic details including the wing being taken from the GT3, and an all-new body kit that will also include a new front wing.
This is in contrast to the GT2’s rear wing which featured in the previous models, and featured an aluminum and carbon fibre composite structure.
Ferrari said this was in line with its philosophy, and added that the design was influenced by the car’s aerodynamic prowess.