Saturday, January 1, 2022

1979-85 Ferrari 400i

The 400i was the most heinous of the entire horrid 400 series of Ferraris, although the 365 GT4, the 400GT, and the 412 weren't stars either. It was the 400i with a 4.8-liter V12 that was a milestone worth missing in the supercar title. 0-to-60 MPH time was 7.7 seconds on a 3-speed automatic and 6.9 on a 5-speed manual. Armed with a new Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, the V12 engine made 306 hp and gave a top speed of 149 MPH.
With a production run that ran through to 1985 the 400i is the most numerous, with a total of 1306 units before the 400i gave way to the final variant, the 412. 2909 cars left the Ferrari factory between 1973 and 1989. These are the cheapest Ferraris to buy, but don't expect appreciation.
See ----->Bad Ferraris