Vintage Ferrari greatness.
The Ferrari F40 is one of the most iconic models to wear the Prancing Horse badge. It was first unveiled in 1987 to celebrate the company’s 40th Anniversary and was the last car to receive approval from Enzo Ferrari.
The most exclusive clients of Ferrari were able to purchase the F40 LM – a race-oriented version with better aerodynamics, more dynamic handling, and a twin-turbocharged V-8 engine capable of producing more than 850 horsepower. Only 17 F40 LM models were produced by Ferrari, making them an ultra-rare and ultra-expensive collector’s item today.
Former Formula One driver, Jacques Lafitte, got behind the wheel when the Ferrari F40 LM was first introduced to try and tame the Italian super car around the track.
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Ferrari F40 LM Video
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