Double wishbone, pushrods, (in front) height-adjustable
Discs, ceramic, ventilated
245/35 R 19 (9") / 345/35 R 19 (13"), Compression-control system
1365 kg incl. driver
Approx. 350 km/h
First year of construction
Approx. 700.000 Euro
Definitely the best Ferrari, at least until that date
He is the successor of the F 50, the first Ferrari named after the - in the meantime deseased - company founder. Actually, it should have called F 60. The car is based almost exclusively on Formula 1 technology, which it underlines with its front and, for example steering wheel technology. It also serves Maserati as a basis for participation in major races like Le Mans. The engine will be elements of Formula 1, although not comparable in power and number of cylinders.
We speak of an 'art car', the price seems astronomical for the time - the meantime we know better. The possible potential maximum speed is reserved the later produced Bugatti W 16 because, for example the tyres are still not so far. Therefore, and because the ingenious diffuser technology at the rear one can restrain even with output producing spoilers except on a deployed spoiler. In addition, there are still at the front and rear adjustable aerodynamic supports that will be controlled electronically. It will well already be famous because it is with no sports car previously directly comparable.