At the 1992 Los Angeles Auto Show was presented the evolution of the Testarossa, named Ferrari F512TR with many exterior innovations, especially in the lights zone, and a powered engine which now develops 428 hp and 491 Nm of torque and obviously new performance: the 512TR goes now from 0-100 Km/h in only 4.9 seconds for a final max speed of over 315 Km/h. The TR presents new 18-inch wheels also and bigger brakes by Brembo. With a production of 2.261 units sold for a price of 170.000 €, it’s very appreciated by the collectors.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 (aka Veyron EB 16.4) is a french hypercar produced in Molsheim since 2005 to be the fastest supercar of the history. The car takes its name in honour of Pierre Veyron, historical Bugatti engineer and test driver, who won the 1939 24h LeMans with a Bugatti.
In this video a stunning and rare (1 of 2) red Ferrari F355 World Tour 1997 exposed in the museum giving me the possibility to film it in each detail like rims, engine, interior, the logo of the “Cavallino”.
Ferrari LaFerrari is the new Prancing Horse’s Flagship since its presentation at Geneva Motor Show 2013. Also known as Ferrari F70, it’s the natural successor of Ferrari Enzo and like this last will be produced in a Limited Edition of 499 numbered cars.
At the 2010 Paris Motor Show was introduced a convertible version of the 599 GTO, named Ferrari 599 SA Aperta in honor of the designers Sergio and Andrea Pininfarina. The production was limited to only 80 examples for a price of 1 Million dollars.
The Ferrari 458 is the new mid-engined “little” supercar of the Maranello’s Prancing Horse produced since 2009 to replace the Ferrari F430.
Presented at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, originaly Ferrari made only the coupe version, named Ferrari 458 Italia, but one year later will be launched a cabriolet version also, the Ferrari 458 Spider.