Launched in 1987, the Ferrari F40 was the last model to be approved by Enzo Ferrari the year of his death. This mid-engined, pure red berlinetta was designed to be the successor of the popular 288 GTO and also a celebration of the company's 40th anniversary.
With an initially planned production of 400 units, this car became so popular that more than 1,200 units were produced. Designed entirely by Pininfarina, its raw racing look and beautiful curves give it a perfect body to fly on its 2.9L 471hp twin turbocharged and intercooled V8. This it possible for the car to go from 0-60 mph in just under 4 seconds and go up to a speed of 197 mph. If you feel like driving a legend, this car is for you.