The true road-going racer.
In commemoration of Ferrari's 40th anniversary, the F40 was developed as a monument to the legendary Enzo Ferrari's philosophy of a production car that can compete on the race track. However, the F40 was to become the last car that was developed in Enzo Ferrari's lifetime and its release in 1987 was met with a barrage of orders. The 2936cc 90-degree V8 engine combined with twin turbos to generate 500HP and was the first production car to achieve a top speed of 320km/h. However, the F40 required skilled driving technique that enhanced its reputation as a true road-going racer.
Coveted by Ferrari fans even today, the F40 will forever signify the spirit of the prancing stallion.