hp @ 8,500 rpm
kg, 3198 lbs
Ferrari 360 Modena was first seen at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show.
The design was far different from that of the Ferrari F355 which came before - the
360 displayed a far more rounded appearance with subtle curves
and air inlets as well as a more aerodynamic profile.
The Ferrari 360 Modena was based around a lightweight aluminium
spaceframe chassis with many of the components also formed from
aluminium. With the 360 Modena, Ferrari decided to introduce
electronic driver aids like traction control. This however did
not detract in the slightest from the fine handling and driving
characteristics of the 360, which was a car for all drivers.
It was easy to get into and out of, and for a supercar the Ferrari
360 Modena was almost practical. Behind the seats was enough
room for a set of golf clubs or luggage for a weekend away.
The Ferrari 360 Modena was replaced by the Ferrari F430.