Premiered at the 1984 Paris Auto Show, the Ferrari Testarossa was conceived as the successor of the Berlinetta Boxer. It became one of the few mass-produced Ferrari models with around 10,000 units between that year and 1996, if you count its 512 TR and F512 M variants.
This two-door coupé adopted its name from the world famous World Sportscar Champion 1957, the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa sports racing car. With a completely renewed Pininfarina design, it was built to be more comfortable and powerful than its predecessors, with a mid-rear mounted engine just behind the cabin and rear-wheel drive. With a 4.9L 390hp flat 12 engine capable of going from 0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds and develop a top speed of 180 mph, this car shows to anyone who dares to drive it what the term ‘supercar’ means. If you are keen to drive a red beast that will attract a lot of attention, this car is for you.