Ferrari 458 Spider

Vehicle Specifications

V84.3 L
*Actual features may vary by year, make, model, and location

£4,900PER WEEK
  • Minimum age to hire: 30
  • Deposit due: £10,000
  • An excess of £10,000 applies to this vehicle
  • Delivery and Collection costs are available on application.
  • All rates include basic insurance and VAT.
  • A minimum 2 day length of rental is applied to all vehicles.


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The name alone is enough to get the heart of a car enthusiast beating a little faster, but imagine getting behind the wheel of a Ferrari California cabriolet, firing up its V8 engine and getting on the open road. Not only could you enjoy one of the ultimate driving experiences, you’d be the centre of attention wherever you went.

Key features:

Type: Cabriolet | Engine: V8 4.3 | Seats: 2 | Bags: 2 hand luggage
Transmission: Automatic | Sat Nav: Yes | Parking sensors: Rear and camera


The California name has a long history, first appearing on the Ferrari 250GT California of the 1950s. Introduced in 2008, the latest Ferrari California marked a number of firsts for the Italian sports car maker. It was the first front-engined Ferrari to be powered by a V8 rather than a V12, the first to have a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, the first with multi-link rear suspension, and the first to have a folding metal roof.

All of these firsts add up to a car that not only looks stunning but also has performance to match. It will take you from 0-62 mph in less than four seconds, thanks to its 460 horsepower, 4.3 litre V8. Rest assured that there are carbon ceramic disc brakes to keep all of that performance under control, along with multiple airbags and automatic rollover protection just in case. But you don’t even need to be moving to get a thrill out of the California – you can enjoy the street theatre of its folding roof, which slides the rear window up under the roof panel before stowing them both neatly under the boot lid.

Inside, you’re faced with a leather-clad, flat-bottomed steering wheel. Underlining the Ferrari’s intent as a driver’s car, there are no audio controls on the wheel, just a bright red Start button and a switch to select the driving mode. Behind the wheel are traditional analogue gauges. The centre console has controls for the roof, gearbox and air con, as well as a touchscreen for the sat nav and infotainment system.

You can leave the gearbox in automatic mode if you want to cruise with the top down, or take control with the F1-style paddle shifts to enjoy the California’s full potential. Turn the wheel-mounted switch to Sport and you get sharper responses and a harder exhaust note.

The boot is big enough for small weekend bags so, if you want a car for a memorable weekend away for two, the Ferrari California is hard to beat. If this sounds like something for you, get in touch with Enterprise’s friendly customer services team who will be happy to help you fulfil your dream. Please note that Enterprise can’t guarantee the availability of a specific car at any given time.

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