Ferraris

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Ferraris

There are gorgeous Ferraris, outrageously fast Ferraris, technically amazing Ferraris. Here is a collection of the best amongnst all of them. Image Courtesy-racingwallpaper.net

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Enzo

The Enzo, named after the founder, was established to commemorate Ferrari's first formula one title of the new millennium.It was built in 2002 using Formula One technology, such as a carbon-fibre body, F1-style electrohydraulic shift transmission, and Carbon fibre-reinforced Silicon Carbide (C/SiC) ceramic composite disc brakes. Image Courtesy-thesupercars.org

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Enzo
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F430 Spyder

The F430 Spider is the convertible version based on the coupé. The roof panel automatically folds away inside a space above the engine bay. The conversion from a closed top to an open-air convertible is a two-stage folding-action. After a short to and fro the entire top disappears into a closed storage area between the seating and the engine. Image Courtesy-auto-smart-cars.com

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F50

The Ferrari F50 is a mid-engined range-topping sports car made by Ferrari. The F50 was introduced in 1995 to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. The car is a two door, two seat convertible with a removable hardtop. It has a 4.7 L naturally aspirated 60-valve V12 engine that was developed from the 3.5 L V12 used in the 1992 Ferrari F92A Formula One car. Image Courtesy-autocarinformation.com

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FXX

The Ferrari FXX is a high performance race car built by automobile manufacturer Ferrari in Maranello, Italy. The FXX is based on the street-legal Enzo. Production of the FXX began in 2005. Image Courtesy-ssip.net

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F430

The Ferrari F430 is a sports car that was produced by the Italian automaker Ferrari from 2004 to 2009, as a successor to the 360. The body has been redesigned to be more curvaceous and aerodynamic. Although the drag coefficient remains the same, downforce has been greatly enhanced. A great deal of Ferrari heritage is found in the car: at the rear, the Enzo's tail lights and interior vents have been added. Image Courtesy-allsportauto.com

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550 Barchetta

Ferrari introduced a convertible version of the 550 at the Paris Motor Show in 2000. This Barchetta was a true roadster with no real convertible top provided. Image Courtesy-classycars.org

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550 Barchetta
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360 Spyder

The 360 Spider is Ferrari's twentieth road-going convertible. The model was regarded a classic even when launched in 2000. Designer Pininfarinas lines are by many[weasel words] regarded as timelessly beautiful and yet sportingly aggressive. Image Courtesy-gonein60seconds.biz

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360 Spyder
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Daytona

Although it was also a Pininfarina design, as with many previous Ferrari road cars (by Leonardo Fioravanti), the 365 GTB/4 was radically different. Its sharp-edged styling resembled a Lamborghini more than a traditional Pininfarina Ferrari. Early Daytonas featured fixed headlights behind an acrylic glass cover. Image Courtesy-jalopnik.com

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Testarossa

Testarossa means "redhead" in Italian. The Testarossa is a two-door coupe with a fixed roof that premiered at the 1984 Paris Auto Show.[4] All versions of the Testarossa had the power fed through the wheels from a rear-mounted, five-speed manual transmission. The Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout (engine between the axles but behind the cabin) keeps the centre of gravity in the middle of the car, which increases stability and improves the car's cornering ability, and thus results in a standing weight distribution of 40% front: 60% rear. Image Courtesy-madwhips.com

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550 Marenello

The Ferrari 550 Maranello and 550 Barchetta are 2-seat grand tourers built by Ferrari. Introduced in 1996, the 550 was an upmarket front-engined V12 coupe of the kind not seen since the Daytona.The 550 featured a luxurious and roomy interior. The (rear) trunk was tall and wide, though not very deep, and could accept a full set of golf clubs or standard overnight bags. 3,083 units were produced. Image Courtesy-batucars.com

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550 Marenello
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