First introduced at the 2003 Geneva International Motor Show, the Challenge Stradale was a limited production, high performance, road-legal version of the 360, where the design objective was 20% track day use and 80% road use. In total only 1,288 Challenge Stradale’s were made world wide, making it rarer than a Ferrari F40. The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale featured the following upgrades.
Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale
• 2.5 seconds quicker around the Ferrari test track.
• 110kg lighter than the standard road car
• Brembo Carbon ceramic brakes
• The Ferrari 360 challenge Stradale was based on the 360 challenge built as an out and out racer.
This Particular car
• only 128 KM from New
• One owner
• Delivered new through Ferrari Germany
• Rosso Scuderia
• Full Alcantara Trim
• Recent Full service at Greypaul Nottingham
• Never Registered
• One of a kind example
• Integrated Audio System
• Delivered new with a tricolore stripe
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This 2004 Ferrari 360 Challenge Straddle was delivered in Rosso Scuderia red with alcantara carbon sports seats as well as an integrated audio system. The car has only covered a remarkable 124Km from new and is presented in the condition of a new car. It is probably the lowest mileage car in the world.
The car was also delivered with the ever so distinctive Tricolour racing strip. The car has never had any paint and has always been stored in a heat controlled environment. The under tray shows no sign of use, it is a New Car. The car has also benefitted from a recent full service at Greypaul Ferrari Nottingham.
The car has covered a remarkable 124KM from new, it is thought that the Ferrari factory delivered these cars with around 100Km test mileage and so it has done roughly 24Km on the road from new.
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