MIAMI VICE. RED HEAD. 12 CYLINDERS.
In 1984 Ferrari introduced the legitimate successor of the legendary 512 BB: the Ferrari Testarossa. Its name „red head“ refers to the wrinkle red paint used to color the valve covers of the 180°-V12-engine. The 4.9-liter engine develops a maximum power of 291 kW (390 hp) at 6,300 rpm. The new four-valve cylinders increased the power by 30 hp over the identically dimensioned engine of its predecessor. A clearly widened track on the rear axle also provided improved driving characteristics.
The aesthetics of the Ferrari Testarossa divides today’s fan base as it did in the past: no round taillights, instead a dark grid at the stern and conspicuous, style-dominating large side strakes and radiators at the rear.
Our vehicle with its 4.9-liter V12 mid-engine is from 1988 – and with an incredible mileage of a mere 16,017 km – practically new. It is perfect for longer weekend trips. To ensure that the luggage can be appropriately stowed away for such tours, an untouched original Ferrari luggage set looks forward to its new owner.
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