While the 458 Speciale is offered as a standard model, if we can call it that, the Spider will arrive in limited numbers. While we don’t know the exact production figure, we’ve received the confirmation that both left- and right-hand drive models will be built. Returning to the 458 Spider Speciale, this should follow the steps of the 458 Speciale. This is about 200 lbs (90 kg) lighter than the 458 Italia, but the weight difference could be smaller when comparing the open-top models, albeit not by much. When Ferrari rolled out the 430 Scuderia 16M back in 2008, this was the fastest open-top road vehicle they had ever released. Until the expected Spider version of the LaFerrari arrives, the 458 Spider Speciale will probably hold that title. One-offs not included.