Coolest Ferraris Ever Built - Top 10
|   Sunday, May 28, 2017

Ferrari 250 GTO

The 250 GTO model is quintessentially classic Ferrari, a veritable Mona Lisa of the automotive world. Only 39 copies were built in between 1962 - 1964, and all retain some of the most impressive race features of all time.
The 250 GTO models appear very rarely on sale, only a few going through this situation, all priced between 40 and 60 million dollars.
Being the owner of one of them means you're part of a very exclusive club.

Ferrari Dino 206 GT

Dino 206 GT was the first official test to build a smaller car for beginners. The car was designed to compete with the Porsche 911, but Enzo Ferrari did not want to put his name on a car that was not powered by a V12 engine. The Dino name was chosen in honor of his son, Alfredo, who died in 1956.

Ferrari 365 GTB

The late 60's were terribly hard for Ferrari. Its cars lost to Ford the 24 Hours of Le Mans seven times in a row and competition like Ferruccio Lamborghini made waves worldwide with the Miura supercar. Ferrari responded with the model created by Pininfarina, the 365 GTB / 4, called later Daytona (in memory of the victory at The 24 Hours at Daytona).

Ferrari Testarossa

The Testarossa model made its official debut at the Paris Motor Show in 1984.
The 12-cylinder engine with a displacement of 5.0 liters produces 390 horsepower, but compared to its predecessor, the Testarossa was not thought as a track model.
The car was primarily a touring model, so sportiness and luxury inside the cabin could not be missing. Leather upholstery and air conditioning make this version Ferrari ideal company for long trips or holidays.

Ferrari 288 GTO

The 288 GTO version was created to participate in Group B auto events. Therefore, the car has a tubular chassis and it was designed from composite materials such as Kevlar or fiberglass. It has a V8 engine with a displacement of 2.8 liters, equipped with two super-large compressors which gave the car 400 horsepower, enough for the 288 GTO model to reach 320 km / h.

Ferrari F40 (1987)

The F40 model was created to celebrate 40 years of company history and made extensive use of composite materials, very fashionable at that time. Moreover, engineers simplified the inside, so the passengers felt like a true racing model. The pointy car is the most recognizable Ferrari design of all time.

Ferrari 360 High Street Challenge

Ferrari engineers started from the model 360 Modena, on which they mounted four massive alloy wheels. The 360 Challenge Stradale model uses a V8 engine with a displacement of 3.6 liters, which produces 425 horsepower and a five-speed automatic gearbox.

Ferrari Enzo

In the early 2000s, Ferrari's dominance on the hyper car market was threatened by names like Porsche, Lamborghini and Mercedes-Benz. The Enzo version had to beat the competition and make it so that people forgot the advent of the F50. The first of the 399 copies built debuted at the Paris Motor Show in 2002.

Ferrari FXX

At launch, the FXX model was the most advanced Ferrari in terms of technology. In fact, it was just a highly modified Enzo version, created using input from Formula 1 drivers Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello.
The model came equipped with a V12 engine with a displacement of 6.3 liters, producing 800 hp transmitted to the rear wheels through an automatic gearbox, also borrowed from Formula 1.

Ferrari LaFerrari

The LaFerrari is the first Ferrari hybrid certified for public roads. The powertrain is a combination of electric and gasoline is based on a V12 engine with a displacement of 6.3 liters, rated at 789 horsepower, accompanied by a 120 kW electric motor, which helps increase power to 949 horsepower.

The Italians produced only 499 LaFerrari units, which were sold instantly. Last year, those who failed to buy the coupe had a chance to purchase the convertible version, simply called Aperta.
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