When you think “Ferrari,” your mind will likely recall two characteristics: the color red, and the V12 engine. Both are integral aspects of Ferrari’s long and celebrated history, and Ferrari’s flagship cars like the F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari contribute to those associations. However, one of the most iconic Ferrari flagships, the F40, was a bit of a departure and featured an approach to performance that was ahead of its time.
Unlike Ferrari’s other flagship supercars, the F40 featured a twin-turbocharged V8 engine, and its high performance from a smaller engine is a philosophy that cars like the Ferrari F8 Tributo and the SF90 Stradale implement today. In addition to being ahead of its time, the F40 was also the end of an era, being the last car personally approved by Enzo Ferrari before he passed away.
This piece of automotive history is available for sale, specifically at McLaren Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina with just 7,485 miles on the clock. In typical and iconic Ferrari fashion, it’s finished in a Rosso Corsa exterior, with a matching Rosso interior, boasting an incredible retro wedge-shaped design, pop-up headlights, exposed carbon fiber, and lots of other iconic design features. This is the perfect historic addition to any garage, and if you want it, you can view the listing by clicking below.