Acura Buys a Ferrari 458, Examines it, then Cuts it up and Throws it Away

Acura Buys a Ferrari 458, Examines it, then Cuts it up and Throws it Away

It wasn’t that long ago that I brought you news about purchasing a and the left in its engine bay after a recall was performed. Now more news is surfacing via Autocar that says also bought a . You might think that the car’s successor, the would be a better candidate for benchmarking purposes, but the 458 stayed at the top of the charts for a long time.

So, Acura must have felt it could learn something from the now discontinued supercar, but what Acura did after it was done with the 458 isn’t going to sit well with . Apparently, a company inside has told Autocar that once Acura engineers were done, they cut the car into pieces and tossed it into the dumpsters at Acura’s research and development lab in Japan. Really?

So, a car as great as the was cut up and thrown out for Otto the garbage man. Seems pretty wild, doesn’t it? The question is whether Acura just didn’t want to deal with auctioning the car off or whether the engineers thought the car was crap and gave it a suitable death. Either way, once Ferrari gets word of this, people in the upper offices are going to lose their minds – we all know how sensitive and arrogant Ferrari is about its cars.

Keep reading for the rest of the story.



Acura Buys a Ferrari 458, Examines it, then Cuts it up and Throws it Away

It wasn’t that long ago that I brought you news about purchasing a and the left in its engine bay after a recall was performed. Now more news is surfacing via Autocar that says also bought a . You might think that the car’s successor, the would be a better candidate for benchmarking purposes, but the 458 stayed at the top of the charts for a long time.

So, Acura must have felt it could learn something from the now discontinued supercar, but what Acura did after it was done with the 458 isn’t going to sit well with . Apparently, a company inside has told Autocar that once Acura engineers were done, they cut the car into pieces and tossed it into the dumpsters at Acura’s research and development lab in Japan. Really?

So, a car as great as the was cut up and thrown out for Otto the garbage man. Seems pretty wild, doesn’t it? The question is whether Acura just didn’t want to deal with auctioning the car off or whether the engineers thought the car was crap and gave it a suitable death. Either way, once Ferrari gets word of this, people in the upper offices are going to lose their minds – we all know how sensitive and arrogant Ferrari is about its cars.

Keep reading for the rest of the story.


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Acura Buys a Ferrari 458, Examines it, then Cuts it up and Throws it Away

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