Saturday, July 2, 2022

'Big 5' of modern Ferrari = $ 17m

The Ferrari 288 GTO was still being developed while Enzo Ferrari was still alive. 272 were built featuring a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8. A 1985 288 GTO in concours condition is trending around $3m according to Hagerty.
The last car signed off by Enzo was the Ferrari F40, which began production in 1987 and ended it in 1992. The F40 was Ferrari’s first 200 mph road car, featuring a 2.9-liter twin turbocharged V12. 1,300 were made with top examples making around $2m according to Hagerty.
The Ferrari F50 featured a naturally aspirated V12, which produces 520 bhp. 349 units made, and the current value for a top example is something around $4.5m.
Ferrari released the Enzo in 2002. The naturally aspirated V12 pushes 660 bhp and boasts a top speed of almost 220 mph. 400 were made, and are valued around $4m at the top end.
The 2013 La Ferrari rounds out the essential. The naturally aspirated V12 brought Ferrari into the hybrid space with a bang. The car produces nearly 1000 bhp. 500 units were built. A top example will bring at least $3m