Here's Everything Wrong With This Abused 73,000 Mile Rental Ferrari 458 ItaliaFreddy "Tavarish" Hernandez9/09/16 6:50pmFiled to: ferrari 458 italiarentalgotham dream cars24716EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkHave you ever considered renting an ‘affordable’ exotic car for a day but haven’t pulled the trigger because you’re one frivolous purchase away from a messy divorce? Well, don’t consider it a lost opportunity just yet, because if this heavily abused rental Ferrari 458 Italia is anything to go by, then consider it a bullet dodged.AdvertisementIt should come as no surprise to anyone that cars made by boutique Italian manufacturers in small numbers with high-strung powerplants weren’t made to be driven every day. They’re made to be washed with cloth diapers in a hermetically-sealed garage and ogled through a security camera.However, if said car is part of a cheap exotic rental car fleet and gets used regularly in one of the most punishing climates in the world, a fair few things will eventually, and perhaps catastrophically go wrong, which is what we see in this video. AdvertisementRob Ferretti, who operates his own exotic rental car company, Gotham Dream Cars, did market research on a rival company in Las Vegas, Gotham’s newest rental location. Ferretti hired a black Ferrari 458 Italia for a day, a privilege that cost him north of $600, well below the rate that Gotham would charge, and for good reason. The car, from 20 feet away looked presentable and together, despite some usual dings and dents, but a close-up look revealed that the bumper was severely misaligned, badging was missing from the side of the car, the driver’s seat was literally ripped open, the wheels were scratched and scuffed, interior buttons didn’t work, the engine made a nasty ticking sound, and the differential sounded straight up broken.