The best Ferraris were always built for a particular purpose. The F40 was designed for speed and performance, a car specifically designed to beat the Porsche 959. This meant it had to become the first series car to hit the mythical 200 mph mark, not to mention the unheard of 0 time. -62 mph from 4.1s. To achieve its purpose, a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8 with close to 500 horsepower was mounted in the rear and extensive use of carbon, kevlar and magnesium made it a lightweight racing car. It probably didn't hurt either that the expression "true Ferrari" was commonly used by the team that developed the F40. He was also, from the start, the last Ferrari to have Enzo's touch. Both he and the team knew at the time that this would be the last Ferrari that "Il Commendatore" would sign personally.
Here decorated in the colors of Martini Racing. 80% brushed cotton, 17% polyamide, 3% elastane. Made without traces of seams. Wash inside out (40ºC / 100ºF max). Do not tumble dry, iron, bleach, or dry clean.
One size 41-46