What makes the “wild horses” of Ferrari cars become a legend that any car fans dream to own.
Founded in 1929 by the father of famous racing driver Enzo Ferrari in Italy. Ferrari with the symbol of “the prancing horse” first specialized in manufacturing racing cars with the main purpose of sponsoring riders. The main task is to produce, maintain and upgrade vehicles for riders.
By 1947, the Ferrari design team and engineers released 125 “wild horses” for everyday use on the street called Ferrari. This is one of the milestones that make Ferrari famous and an iconic name for the world’s top supercars.
Next was in 1962, Ferrari succeeded with 39 units of 250 GT, this is the legendary “wild horse” with V12 engine capacity of 3.0L and 4.0L. By 2013 one of the 39 legendary 250 GT ever sold for $ 52 million.
Model “wild horse” Dino 246 GT is named after the youngest son of Ferrari launched with 2.4 L V6 engine block for a capacity of 195 horsepower. The special supercar with 40 years of establishment and the last model approved by Ferrari to produce F40 will make any speed enthusiast admired. The sporty, bunker appearance with the rear spoiler like a real racing car and the sound showing the engine power makes the F40 “wild horse” a symbol of a time.
The Ferrari Enzo named after its founder launched in 2002 is a street masterpiece with the power of V12 660 horsepower for a maximum speed of 350 km / h. The body of the car is made from lightweight carbon fiber that helps increase aerodynamics while ensuring the durability of the car.
Ferrari supercar model 458 is considered to have the most beautiful exterior of the Ferrari supercar models. Ferrari 458 Spider version convertible is also a model that attracts many lovers. The engine power from the V8 engine produces 562 horsepower combined with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox for 325 km / h.
Most recently Ferrari launched the “wild horse” named F8 Tributo to become the most powerful mid-engine supercar of the Italian supercar manufacturer. “Wild horse” has just been equipped with a V8 engine with 720 horsepower and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds.
The Italian automaker is the cradle that spawned many special supercars from appearance to engine power that make the legend of “wild horses”.