A Ferrari 360 Spider has been completely destroyed in a fire and the police has no idea how the flames started eating the Italian supercar.
We have always said here on inautonews.com that where ever there will be exotic cars there will also be exotic car crashes, but this latest news is referring to another spontaneous combustion case. The victim is a silver Ferrari 360 Spider, the area where the incident took place is a residential zone in Hamburg, Germany, and the police has no idea on what happened to the supercar, except the fact that it might have been cause by arson. Don’t forget the “might” word and the Ferrari badges, combined to other famous spontaneous combustion examples.
As a quick reminder, the Ferrari 360 Spider is powered, in standard, by a 3.6 liter V8 engine, which is producing a total output of 400 BHP (300 kW), the same engine used on the 360 Modena, which is allowing the model to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 180 mph (189 in the 360 Modena). The supercar is 4,477 mm long, 1,922 mm wide and 1,235 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,600 mm long. The Ferrari 360 Spider has been replaced by the F430 Spider in 2009 and by the 458 Spider a few years ago.
Source: GT Spirit