Did you ever wonder how a Ferrari 288 GTO will look like when treated like the Group B car it really is? Well the creators of the video posted below have.
The Ferrari 288 GTO has been created purely as a Group B rally car, but with the class being dissolved in 1986, many of the 272 units produced ended up as road cars and chances are that their owners probably keep them in climate controlled garages and never treat them like a rugged rally car should be treated. But one guy is doing exactly what this rally car deservers and the result is a spectacular video, which will make you miss the Group B.
The Ferrari 288 GTO has been produced between 1984 and 1987 in 272 units, and it’s coming as a sports car with a single body style. The model has been based on the mid-engined, rear-wheel drive 308 GTB, and it’s powered by a 2,855 cc unit, mounted longitudinally, producing a total output of 400 HP (298 kW) and 496 Nm (366 lb-ft) of torque. The 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) sprint took just 4 seconds and the 288 GTO was the first street legal production car to reach 300 km/h (186 mph).