250 Testa Rossa

250 Testa Rossa

 

Launched in 1957, the 250 Testa Rossa was designed to offer customers already racing with the 500 TRC a much more powerful engine. It used the reliable V12 from the 250 Gran Turismo on a similar chassis, to help retain the former model’s great handling. It won the Manufacturers’ World Championship in 1958.

250 GTO

250 GTO

 

The 250 GTO made its public debut at the annual pre-season Ferrari press conference in January 1962, and was the only front engine model on display. Amongst the numerous international successes of the 250 GTO were wins in the Tour de France in 1963 and 1964, and the Nürburgring 1,000 km in 1963 and 1964.

365 GTB4

365 GTB4

 

The 365 GTB4 Berlinetta first appeared at the Paris Salon in the autumn of 1968, and immediately became known as the “Daytona”. It was an unofficial title given by the media of the time, supposedly in recognition of the Ferrari 1-2-3 victory in the Daytona 24-Hour race in 1967 and continues to be widely used today.

288 GTO

288 GTO

 

The 288 GTO was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1984. The 288 appellation refers to the total cubic capacity of the engine and number of cylinders, 2.8 litres with 8 cylinders.  272 were built and were all sold before production began.

F50

F50

 

The F50 was created to celebrate Ferrari’s 50th anniversary in 1995. It was the Ferrari "extreme machine" of the nineties and was also the closest thing to a Formula 1 car the company had ever built. This model was all about performance. Only 349 were produced worldwide.

430 Scuderia

430 Scuderia

 

Launched in 2007 with the seven-time World Champion, Michael Schumacher, involved in the car’s development. Lightweight, simple and striking, with a distinctive engine and exhaust sound: every last detail of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia exudes uncompromising sportiness, born of its close links to the world of racing, a world reflected in its very name.

488 Spider

488 Spider

 

The Ferrari 488 Spider is the latest chapter in Maranello’s ongoing history of open-top V8 sports cars. The maximum power output is 670 CV. It sprints from 0 to 100km/h in 3 seconds flat. Every aspect of the 488 Spider has been designed to set new technological benchmarks for the sector.

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