The occupants of a Ferrari F355 have lost their lives recently in Italy after the supercar has been crashed.
Usually when writing about supercar crashes the damages are only made to the expensive ride, but every once in a while, people get hurt and, in extreme cases, some of them loose their lives. In this case, two young people have died after the Ferrari F355, from 1994, in which they were cruising in the rain, and with high speed. The incident took place in Vicenza, Italy.
The Ferrari F355 has been in production between 1994 and 1999, when it was replaced by the 360. At the time of its launch, the supercar was available in three body styles, coupe, convertible and targa top. The model in question had a rear-mid engine, rear-wheel drive layout and it was taking its power from a 3.6 liter V8 engine, which produced a total output of 380 HP (283 kW) and 363 Nm (268 lb-ft) of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint made in 4.7 seconds and a 295 km/h (183 mph) top speed. Ferrari produced engine internals from lightweight materials. The F355 stood at 4,249 mm in length, 1,900 mm in width and 1,171 mm in height, weighing 1,350 kg.
Source: Wrecked Exotics