No. 7 Ferrari 500 SuperFast
The 500 Superfast complete its first appearance at the Geneva Auto Show in March of 1964, replacing the 400 SA as the top of the line Grand Touring Ferrari. At about twice the price of a “manufacture” Ferrari of the same epoch, the industrial unit sales booklet voiced that this was a Ferrari for “sovereigns, performers and great industrialists.” contrasting the Bugatti Royale, to which it is often contrasted; the Ferrari 500 Superfast was well-liked with Ferrari’s rich customers.
No. 6 Ferrari 458 Italia
The Ferrari 458 was a mid engine sports car. The model Ferrari F430 was replaced by the Ferrari 458 Italia and it joined the market officially in the year 2009 at the Frankfurt Motor Show at a cost around $170,000. The Ferrari 458 Italia was completely a latest design based on the newest technology urbanized from Ferrari’s familiarity in Formula 1 races. This car has been premeditated to be Ferrari’s sportiest V8-engined car.
No. 5 Ferrari Enzo
The Ferrari Enzo uses Formula 1 technology and powered with a twelve cylinder engine. It was totally different and diverse from all the Ferrari’s and thus served as an enthusiasm among the sports car lovers. It has a Carbon fiber body, carbon-ceramic brake disks and active aerodynamics. This beautiful car has won the hearts of Ferrari lovers. It costs about 1,000,000 USD.
No. 4 Ferrari 599 GTO
The Ferrari 599 GTO is motorized by a V12 engine delivering a total of 670 HP at 8250 rpm with a greatest torque of 620 Nm at 6500 rpm. It rockets the car from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.35 seconds, while top speed goes up to 208 mph. Maybe the most extraordinary thing about the 599 GTO is the lapping time on the Fiorano test track: 1 minute and 24 seconds, that’s faster than the Enzo’s time.