Top 10 Greatest Ferrari Models of all Time

What began as a carpenter’s son automobile business back in 1929 has now become a luxurious brand with superlative performance road tourers having more wins in the formula 1 than any other brand. Ferrari has some of the most stunning cars ever on the road. The brand has provided a consistent long list of very fast, powerful and stylish sports cars and supercars coveted by collectors more than any other marquee. With its upcoming IPO in October, fans will now be able to own one of the rides without having to dig deeper into their pockets. In honor of this, I have compiled a list of the top 10 Ferraris models.

FERRARI PININFARINA SERGIO CONCEPT, 2013

This model was designed in honor of the company’s late legendary designer Sergio Pininfarina who had guided the look of the Ferraris for decades. It stole the show with its roofless, breathtaking windshieldless design at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show where it was debuted.

FERRARI MANSORY F12 LA REVOLUZIONE, 2013

This front-engineered, RWD grand road tourer is one of the best all around supercars ever. Maranello’s engineers replaced all the F12 Berlinetta’s body panels with carbon fiber ones and its aerodynamics with boring channels and comely air vents.

FERRARI F430 SCUDERIA, 2004

Featuring a 503-horsepower V8 and superlative traction control, the F30 is the brand’s best-selling car ever. It is arguably one of the best-performing productions of Maranello.

FERRARI F60 ENZO, 2002

This gull-winged F-60 featured a lot of the Ferrari’s Formula 1 technology with its very powerful engine allowing it to move from 0-60 mph in 3.4 seconds.

FERRARI ROSSA BY PININFARINA, 2000

Built to celebrate the 70th Pininfarina design house anniversary, this roofless two-seater introduced the futuristic interpretation of road cars back then.

FERRARI F40, 1987

This was a response to Enzo’s special request for his engineers to design the best car on the face of the earth. The model was built with expensive lightweight composites and was the last to leave built under the full guidance of Enzo.

FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA, 1967

This fast car was built as a response to Lamborghini’s Miura which was the world’s first supercar. This front-engined, V12 Grand Tourers machine earned a name for itself in 1967 after an excellent performance at the famous Florida track.

FERRARI 330 P4 BERLINETTA, 1967

This was a revolution in its time, managing to take two top spots at Monza. It was built to beat Fords upstart GT40, which it surely did. It’s curvy and voluptuous lines make it one of the most beautiful Ferraris of all time.

FERRARI 250 TESTA ROSSA, 1956

The Testa Rossa, also known as “Red Head’’ got its named from the Crimson-tipped valve covers on the 3.0-liter V12 engine. Only 34 of this unique curvaceous and one of most coveted Ferraris of all time were made.

FERRARI 166 MM BARCHETTA, 1948

The F166 got its name from its boat-like two-seat (Barchetta meaning little boat), and open layout and also the Mille Miglia race, an event where it took the first two spots just a year after debuting at the 1948 Turin Motor Show. The idea behind its design was the brand’s idea to begin shaping them with a unifying look. Only 25 of these model were made.



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