I think the 458 is very beautiful in a functional way. This car is all about aerodynamic packaging, and one has to consider the car in that context. From a purely aesthetic POV, I love the curves of the front and rear fenders, and the way the door's shape is integrated with them. But if you ignore what this car is trying to do with its aero, then you've totally missed the point, and may start making inane comparisons to Lambos. --Andre Yep, exactly. There's a lot of aero work in this car which is why there are certain swoops, flares, and holes, all working to funnel air either to get air to brakes or the engine, to the underside, or smoothly around to the rear of the car for added downforce; you can almost see how the car's body will be shaping the air to do this. To dismiss certain aspects as being ugly would dismiss the racing heritage.