From its humble beginnings in 1947, Ferrari still to this day remains as one of the top automakers for some of the most high-performing and innovative vehicles in the market. Ferrari vehicles have made numerous appearances in films and have dominated Formula 1 and the world of automotive racing. Ferrari Lake Forest takes a look at some of the best Ferrari models ever made.
The Ferrari 330 P4 was a wildly beautiful prototype race car with a futuristic design for the time that won numerous races. In 1967, Ferrari race car driver Lorenzo Bandini commanded the 330 P4 to victory in the 24 Hours of Daytona race, a 24-hour sports-car endurance race that is held annually in Daytona Beach in Florida. Unfortunately, production was very limited for the 330 P4, but the prototype race car has made it one of the most legendary Ferrari vehicles to be ever produced.
Honoring the founder of Ferrari—Enzo Ferrari himself, the Ferrari Enzo was a limited edition supercar that is an embodiment of the luxury automaker’s peak engineering and innovative design. The supercar was powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine and helped to further establish Ferrari’s reputation as one of the top manufacturers of high-performing “supercars.”
One of the few hybrids on this list, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale marks the luxury automaker’s gradual shift to sustainable, high-performing vehicles. The SF90 Stradale is the first-ever Ferrari to host a plug-in hybrid powertrain paired with a monstrous V-8 and is the fastest Ferrari of all time, reaching a mind-boggling speed of 218 miles per hour. The supercar has set a new precedent for hybrid/electric race cars. From 2019 to the present day (2023), the SF90 Stradale still remains in production.
As the name suggests, the Ferrari 812 Superfast is, well, super fast. The 812 Superfast can clock in speeds of up to 211 mph and is the first-ever Ferrari to sport Electric Power Steering to potentiate this supercar’s performance and world-class performance even further. As of 2023, the supercar still boasts a 789-hp 6.5-liter V-12 engine, and is a clear representation of the luxury automaker’s engineering capabilities.
Powered by a beast of a 4.7-liter V12 engine, the Ferrari F50 was a limited edition supercar that was produced to honor Ferrari’s 50th anniversary. What was particularly groundbreaking about the F50 was its innovative suspension and aerodynamic handling, and is sought after by many car collectors.
The Ferrari Dino 246 GT was named after Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredo “Dino” Ferrari, who sadly passed away at the age of 24 from Duchenne muscular atrophy. While it wasn’t the most powerful or jaw-dropping Ferrari, what’s notable about the Dino 246 GT is that it was the first-ever mid-engine road car produced by the luxury automaker, and served as the foundation of Ferrari’s road cars.
Serving as a major milestone for Ferrari’s reputation in the early 1950s, the Ferrari 500 F2 was a Formula 2 race car that led the luxury automaker to multiple victories, including two world championships. This scrappy racecar’s success was all made possible by its 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and refined weight distribution.
Another hybrid vehicle on this list, the limited edition Ferrari LaFerrari ushered in a new era of innovative engineering for the luxury automaker as its first hybrid supercar. The LaFerrari began its production in 2013 until 2016 and featured a 6.3-liter V-12 engine to go alongside its electric motors. Just like the SF90 Stradale (another hybrid), the LaFerrari can hit otherworldly speeds of 218 mph, proving that hybrid vehicles are truly the future of unfathomable performance.
The 2023 Ferrari 296 GTB is the perfect balance between classic and modern. It features the usual Ferrari formula of a mid-engine performance vehicle that’s ready for days at the track while also offering innovative technology to ensure your drives around Chicago are both comfortable and exciting. With so much to appreciate about the…
From the latest Ferrari models to classic Ferrari vehicles, driving around Chicago in a Ferrari is a memorable experience that you won’t forget. But, what if you want to bring along friends and family with you so that they too can experience what it’s like to be in a Ferrari? Soon, you’ll be able to…
Driving a Ferrari around Chicago draws plenty of attention because of the level of engineering and precision that a Ferrari offers. From the beginning, Ferrari has dedicated itself to providing vehicles that deliver a memorable experience and you’ll still find plenty of exceptional Ferrari models to choose from for your Indianapolis, IN drives today. …
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