A Ferrari 360 Modena has been crashed recently in Australia after its driver has apparently lost control of the wheel and hit two other vehicles.
Owning a supercar with a rear mid-engine and rear-wheel drive is not that easy apparently as more and more people find out the hard way. The newest incident with such a model is involving a Ferrari 360 Modena and it is coming all the way from Melbourne, Australia. According to the guys from Wrecked Exotics, up the road from the Italian supercar there were a Mazda 3 and a Toyota Corolla which have been damaged and it seems that the driver of the 360 Modena has hit those two cars. If you have more details on the crash, please feel free to share.
As a small reminder, the Ferrari 360 has been in production between 1999 and 2005 and it was offered in two body styles, two-door coupe and two-door roadster, both of them having a read mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout and the same 3.6 liter V8 engine under their hoods, connected to a 6-speed manual or to a 6-speed electrohydraulic manual transmission. The unit was capable of producing a total output of 400 HP (300 kW) at 8,500 rpm and it had a peak torque of 373 Nm (275 lb-ft), available at 4,750 rpm. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint took just over 4 seconds in the 360 Modena and top speed stood at 304 km/h (189 mph). This was replaced by the F430.