FERRARI 288 GTO/F40/F50/Enzo/LaFerrari Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 5
First production year: 1984
Engines: Hybrid, Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)

2013 - 2015

The first hybrid Ferrari hypercar was shown at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and the limited production of 499 vehicles for the Ferrari LaFerrari made a statement for excellence. Sometimes, the expression "we took our experience from the track to the street" is not just an expression to sell more cars. For the Italian car-manufacturer Ferrari that was true. Its experience in the Formula One team and with the KERS systems helped the engineering team to develop the LaFerrari. The aerodynamics of the car was studied and inspired by F1 cars. The front bumper hosts two large air-sco...

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hybrid engines:

FERRARI LaFerrari 6.3 V12 7AT (963 HP)


2002 - 2004

To buy a Ferrari Enzo, someone should receive an invitation to acquire it. It was the most exclusive car ever built by the Italian super-car manufacturer. Only one was for open sale and it was offered in a charity auction. Ferrari introduced the Enzo at the 2002 Paris Motor Show. It was a tribute paid to the founder of the company, Enzo Ferrari. While the company said that it wasn't a race-car for the road, it was actually an F1 car for the road. With its in-board suspension system, with the F1 gearbox and the aerodynamic package that added up to 7602 Nm (1709 lb-ft) of downforce at ...

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gasoline engines:

FERRARI Enzo 6.0 V12 6AT (660 HP)


1995 - 1997

The F50 was one of the most outrageous Ferrari ever made. It carried-over Formula 1 technologies and installed them on a street vehicle. Ferrari built 349 units, but it sold only 348 of them. The carmaker reserved the last one for its museum. The engineers took the engine from a Formula 1 car and adapted it for road use, increasing its displacement from 3.5-liter to 4.7-liter. The rear suspension was attached to the engine, which was an incredible idea to make the car lighter. The car's styling was unique on the market due to its massive wing in the back. Pininfarina designed the ...

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gasoline engines:

FERRARI F50 4.7L V12 6MT (520 HP)


1987 - 1992

In a crowd full of journalists, Ferrari Enzo said: “I expressed my wish to the engineers. Build a car to be the best in the world. And now the car is here." The F40 was the last ever Ferrari model to be presented by Enzo himself, just 14 months prior to his death. With a twin-turbo V8 and a lightweight construction, it didn't lack any punch and it was also crowned the first ever production car to break the 200 mph barrier, its reputation being threatened only by the Porsche 959. Aerodynamics played a major role in developing the Ferrari F40, as the car relied on this more th...

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1984 - 1986

Ferrari fans already know that the GTO nameplate was not given to just any car. The Ferrari 288 GTO unveiled in 1984 at the Geneva Motor Show was the successor of the famous Ferrari 250 GTO, the most valuable collector car in the world. Built solely for racing, the 250 GTO was produced in a total of 36 units and was fitted with a formidable V12 unit that cranked out 296 hp. The then-new Ferrari 288 GTO was visually similar to the Ferrari 308 GTB, from which it borrowed its base construction principle. Even if from afar it was hard to tell the difference between the two, the 288 GTO ...

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