Ferrari 458 Spider Moving a Couch Is Your Shocking Supercar Delivery Truck

Those of you who have gone through repeated moving operations know how much of a hassle your beloved couch can bring when it comes to switching from one home to another.
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Sure, a delivery company whose employees would be glad to help is just a smartphone click away, but what if you want to do things the fun way?

You could, for instance, use a Ferrari 458 Spider for taking your disassembled couch from point A to point B.

Back in the day, people used to say a Ferrari owner doesn’t need any practicality treats, as he travels with his credit card. Well, it looks like things have changed quite a lot.

At least at the kind of first gear velocity seen here, the operation doesn’t seem all that risky. Perhaps the greatest issue that might arise is connected to the Rosso Corsa paint of this Ferrari - there’s a sheet separating the supercar from its load, but that doesn’t guarantee the lack of scratches.

However, we have to explain we have a hunch the driver of the 458 here is not necessarily the supercar’s owner. Oh well, at least he used the Spider incarnation, which seems to allow the passenger to hand-secure the precious cargo.

While other Ferrari models offer a small passenger info display as an option, the 458 Spider doesn’t have anything that allows it to keep the man or woman in the passenger seat busy, so we could say the two men inside this Ferrari were trying to compensate for that.

Oh, and since the 4.5-liter V8 at the middle of the 458 Spider has its cooling needs, it may be possible for this Ferrari to come with a heated couch. We’ve heard there will also be an official version of this, but it will be sold under the Maserati brand and called Levante.

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