This particular Ferrari F355 has recently met its end in Spain after being crashed into the guardrail.
The newest supercar incident is coming all the way from Spain and it is involving a Ferrari F355. According to the guys from Wrecked Exotics, the model in question has been crashed into the guardrail in Guipuzkoa, after its driver lost control of the wheel. The vehicle was part of a fund-raising drive for bone marrow which didn’t go so well. Two people have been injured when it has been crashed into the guardrail and it seems that this will end up in the crusher, as it has been significantly damaged.
Ferrari has produced 11,273 units of the F355 between 1994 and 1999. The model in question was offered with a mid-engined and rear-wheel drive layout, in three body styles, Berlinetta, Targa Top and Spider. It stands at 4,249 mm in length, 1,900 mm in width and 1,171 mm in height, weight 1,350 kg. The supercar has been first introduced in May 1994 as a Berlinetta and it was followed by the Spider, one year later. The F355 GTS was also introduced in 1995, along with the F355 Challenge. The Serie Fiorano was a limited production debuting in March 1999. Power to the F355 was being provided by a 3.5 liter DOHC V8 engine, connected to the wheels through a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed F1 electrohydraulic manual transmission. The supercar was eventually replaced by the 360.