Picturing and Specking the 250 GTO to the SF90 Stradale from the Maranello Outfit over 60 Yrs.
Here is a Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) evolution video of some of the greatest cars ever made anywhere, they are all Italian Supercars.
Few brands can rival the performance or pedigree of Ferrari, whether it’s a front-engined GT machine or a mid-engined HyperSuper car.
Cars Evolution on YouTube compiled the above video showcasing the best-of-the-best from The Scuderia through 60 years, along with some interesting information on each model.
The journey begins with what has become the most expensive car ever sold at auction, garnering $48.4-M in August 2018. The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO became a legend in its own time thanks to styling, and a 3.0-litre Colombo V12 that produced upwards of 300 bhp.
This was at a time when 50% that power was standard issue in cars weighing 2X as much, and though it is the only front-engined car on this list and the oldest, with just 36 examples built there no disputing its Flagship status.
From there, the journey jumps forward rather dramatically, and all the major players are included.
The often-overlooked 288 GTO with its Group B roots is next in line, followed by the legendary F40. In this instance, it’s fascinating to see just how similar the 2 iconic 1980’s supercars were. Less similar but still brilliant was the V12-powered F50, a car which marks the end of the “analogue” Ferrari Flagship.
The 2003 Ferrari Enzo not only ushered in a new Century at Maranello, but the advent of computer-controlled systems to help the driver get the most from the car.
In Y 2013 the LaFerrari took an evolutionary leap over the Enzo with its hybrid powertrain delivering a combined 963 hp (718 kw), shuffled entirely to the rear wheels with a bank of computers offering assistance on everything from launch control to traction and stability management.
The final car in the evolution is the recently announced SF90 Stradale. It will be the 1st range-topping Ferrari since the F40 to offer a V8 in place of a V12, but its plug-in hybrid powertrain will drive all 4 wheels while generating a combined output of 986 bhp, making it the most powerful road-going Ferrari ever.
Enzo Ferrari’s iconic Italian Supercar manufacturer claimed the title according to the latest Brand Finance Global 500 2019 report launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
HeffX-LTN overall technical outlook for RACE is Neutral to Bullish, overhead resistance is at 160.36, and support at 154.44, some Key indicators are still flashing Bearish in here. Ferrari finished at 158.01, -0.86 Monday in NY.
Ferrari will continue to create value in the long term. Ferrari is a quality 1st long term investment, and I see it at 200/share in that frame.
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