Shiny Red Ferrari 458 Italia Is The Ultimate Gift From Her To You

Shiny Red Ferrari 458 Italia Is The Ultimate Gift From Her To You
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We all love Ferraris and we all love red. Or do we? Isn’t the ideal Ferrari a red Ferrari? Maybe we’re all tired of it. I thought I was until I ran into this shiny red 458 Italia that pretty much changes the game.

Shiny Red Ferrari 458 Italia

To go along with the 2013 Tiffany blue Bentley we showed you earlier this week, in the loving spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Wynn Hotel in Macau has put this bad boy on display. This could be the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift from her to you. Play your cards right and get her the Tiffany Bentley!

Shiny Red Ferrari 458 Italia

A carbon black hood adds a level of contrast to this sparkling red beast of a car. The mirrors, bumper and alloys have all been covered in the same red.

Shiny Red Ferrari 458 Italia

We have of course covered other Valentine’s Day options some romantic, some sexy and some just plain expensive. However the shiny red on this 458 Italia Ferrari is distracting me from all the other Valentine’s Day idea.

Tom Cooper | Elite.

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