The Ferrari F430 integrates F1-racing technology into its powertrain, suspension, chassis and body aerodynamics to bring racing performance to the road. The Scuderia is a lighter-weight and more powerful version of the F430 coupe that allows the serious enthusiast to compete on the track and on the street. The standard 4.3-liter V8 engine produces 490-horsepower. The standard E-Diff is an electronic limited-slip rear differential that varies the distribution of torque based on inputs such as steering angle and lateral acceleration. A switch on all F430 steering wheels, called a manettino, integrates suspension, traction control, stability control and shifter systems and allows the driver to choose the optimum setting for current conditions. Standard features include carbon fiber interior trim, carbon ceramic brake system, re-styled front fascia, modified side-skirts, dual exhaust tips, a revised rear diffuser, 19-inch wheels, and carbon-fiber exterior mirrors.