A Ferrari 360 Modena has been recently crashed in Northern Ireland, on a wet road, after its driver has lost control of the wheel.
The end of the year is bringing us a lot of expensive car crashes and the latest example of such an unfortunate incident is coming all the way from Northern Ireland, where a Ferrari 360 Modena has been recently crashed. According to the local automotive media, the Italian supercar in question has been driven on a wet road in Belfast and it slammed into the guard rails at the side of the road, after its driver lost control of the wheel. Both driver and passenger walked away unharmed but the 360 Modena will need a makeover in order to be turned back to its former glory.
The Ferrari 360 has been in production between 1999 and 2005, when it was replaced by 458 Italia’s predecessor, the F430. The 360 was being offered in two body styles, two-door coupe and two-door spider and it came with a rear mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The 360 Modena was named after the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, the town of Modena, and it went into production in 1999, until 2005. Power was being provided by a 3.6L V8 engine, which was good for 400 BHP (300 kW) at 8,500 rpm and 373 Nm (275 lb-ft) of torque, available at 4,750 rpm.