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A mix of old school tuning and modern electronics makes the Ferrari 599 GTO one of the greatest-ever V12s - and perhaps one of the last
Built as the successor to the Ferrari 348, the F355 is one of the most stunning Ferrari's ever made.
The Ferrari 458 is the successor to the F430, bringing with it, an all new design and technological advancements, devised through Formula 1.
An all new 4.3L, V8 engine derived from the Ferrari/Masserati relationship. 483 bhp and 0-62 in 4.0 seconds.
Since the late 1970s the Ferrari model range has included a mid-engine V8 coupe, and until now that spot was occupied by the F355. Replacing the 348 in 1994, the F355 contained Ferrari's first road-going engine with five valves per cylinder. In recent years, Ferrari has made major gains in quality, reliability and ergonomics, and these gains are reflected in the new 360.
A nauturally aspired 3.4L, V8, producing 300 bhp.
The Ferrari 456 is a font engined, four seater grand tourer. It's 5,5L, v12 engine was derived from the Dino V6 engine made this car the worlds fastest production four seater.
The Ferrari Daytona, official name Ferrari 365 GTB/4 was produced from 1968 to 1973 and replaced the 275 GTB/4
The California, a hard top convertible was launched by Ferrari in 2008 and was the first front engined Ferrari with a V8.
It has a top speed of 310 km/h (193 mph) and can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds. With a drag coefficient of 0.32 this is the most aerodynamic Ferrari ever made.
The Ferrari 328 GTB and GTS was the successor to the Ferrari 308 GTB and GTS and was produced from 1985-1989. It used a 3.2 litre V8, 4 Valve per cylinder layout and has a top speed of 166mph.
The 512 BB was released in 1976 resurrecting the name of the earlier Ferrari 512 racer and was successor of the 365 GT4 BB (Boxer).
The engine was larger at 4942 cc, had an increased compression ratio of 9.2:1, and a new dual plate clutch to handle the added power and ease pedal effort. Dry sump lubrication was used to prevent oil starvation in hard cornering due to revised rear suspension and wider rear tires. External differentiators included a new front spoiler, wider rear tires, added NACA side air vents ducting air to the brakes, and four tail lights (instead of six). Only 929 BB 512 models were produced.
The CIS fuel injected BB 512i introduced in 1981 was the last of the series. The fuel injected motor produced cleaner emissions and offered a better balance of performance and daily-driver temperament. External differentiators from the BB 512 besides badging include a change to metric sized wheels and the Michelin TRX metric tire system, small white running lights in the nose, and red rear fog lamps outboard of the exhaust pipes in the rear valance. Only 1,007 BB 512i models were produced.
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