Ferrari 360 Modena

Here are a 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena. Ferrari 360 Modena was unveiled at the 1999 International Geneva Motor Show. Styled by Pininfarina, the all-aluminium 360 Modena has been designed to represent the ultimate in performance, lightness and advanced engineering and is the result of four years intensive research and design. This ‘small’ Ferrari incorporates superb handling due to a revised suspension system, excellent interior space with an exceptionally refined cabin layout. Powered by a normally aspirated, 400 hp, 3.6-litre, 40-valve, 8-cylinder engine the 360 Modena was available with the second generation of the highly successful F1-type gearbox as well as the conventional six-speed manual transmission.

This car had a significant part to play in the Ferrari model mix and will sit alongside the Ferrari 550 Maranello. This addition to the Ferrari range was expected to account for 65% of Ferrari’s annual production of around 3500 cars. The Ferrari 360 Modena initially went on sale in some of Ferrari’s 42 key markets in Spring 1999. The car was available throughout the international Ferrari sales network by the Summer. Let’s see this 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena photos below.

Ferrari 360 Modena
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