A classic Ferrari F50 has been recently spotted in Germany, on the Autobahn, where the model was being taken out for a spin, along with other supercars.
Even if it was put into production 18 years ago, the Ferrari F50 is still one hot ride to own and the model has been recently placed into the spotlights with the help of a video. The footage posted below is showing the classic Italian supercar in action, on the Autobahn, along with several younger and older brothers and sisters.
The Ferrari F50 has been introduced back in 1995 as a two-door two-seat convertible supercar, with a removable hard top. The model has been produced in just 349 units until 1997. The Ferrari F50 was the successor of the F40 and it was followed by the Ferrari Enzo. The supercar stands at 4,480 mm in length, 1,986 mm in width, 1,120 mm in height and it’s riding on a 2,580 mm long wheelbase.
Power to the Ferrari F50 is being provided by a 4.7 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, which is producing a total output of 513 HP (382 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 470 Nm of torque (347 lb-ft), available at 6,500 rpm. Power was being sent to the wheels through a six-speed manual transmission, with a limited slip differential. The 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) sprint in the F50 took 3.7 seconds and top speed stood at 194 mph (312 km/h).
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