Ferrari is a dream car for many supercar enthusiasts. It is valued as one of the most sophisticated brands. Although the brand has seen its share of ups and downs after it was founded in the year 1947, each car is drool-worthy!
Here are 5 greatest of Ferraris ever built:
- Ferrari Dino 206 GT
This came as Ferrari’s first somber attempt at building a smaller car (entry-level). It was aimed at the much loved and coveted Porsche 911. The owner chose the name Dino after his son who died in the year 1956. A 2.0-liter V6 engine gives the much needed power to the cars. It comes with a 6-cylinder mounted behind the seats. It was nimble to drive as compared to the other Ferraris. This car was not regarded as the “real” Ferrari owing to its inferior cylinder count. Additionally, the values were lower.
- Ferrari FXX
This car became the most technologically-advanced model of Ferrari at launch. Known to be more extreme development of the Enzo, it came integrated with a powerful 6.3-liter V12 engine capable of sending whopping 800 hp to its rear wheels using the automatic transmission (F1-derived). The tires are developed by Brembo and Bridgestone specifically for the model. The power was kept in control by the efficient brakes.
- Ferrari 365 GTB
Ferrari had a tough time during the late 1960s after the racing team lost the 24 Hours of Le Mans to Ford embarrassingly several times in a row. Later on, Ferrari simply fired back with the flamboyant 365 GTB/4 (Pininfarina-designed). This model was nicknamed Daytona in the honor of 1-2-3 victory of the brand. The angular design adopted by the model made it broke ties with other Ferrari members. Although a little controversial initially, it eventually caught on. Later on, the company created over 1,400 examples from the years 1968 to 1973.
- Ferrari Enzo
The car was named after its founder. This is definitely a pride for a car to be named in such a way especially when it is able to retain its standing and credibility. Enzo is a limited-edition Ferrari that managed to live up to the great hype. The car had to beat the tough competition against Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, and Lamborghini which it did efficiently. This car is highly aerodynamic and loved for its angular look. The powerful 660-hp V12 engine coupled with 6-speed sequential gearbox. The gigantic shift paddles attached behind the steering wheel made the car more popular among sports car lovers. Love a Ferrari? Hire a Ferrari supercar and experience the fun without having to pay a fortune.
- Ferrari Testarossa
It was at the grand Paris Auto Show 1984 that the Testarossa made its public debut. The name denotes “redhead” in Italian. It was a direct reference to the car’s red cylinder heads of the engine. This is also a tribute to the original Testa Rossa race car which was introduced back in the year 1957.
The supercar comes integrated with a dynamic 5.0-liter flat-12 engine that sits inches away from the passenger compartment. The interiors are beautified with exclusive leather upholstery. The air conditioning is powerful. It makes for an ideal companion for high-speed on road trips. Sleek modern look is given to the car with the exquisite Pininfarina-designed lines. The craze for this car was such that Testarossa was on the bedroom wall of every car enthusiast and kids.