This is the top most expensive Ferrari cars have ever been built and existed in the world.
1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Prototype
As far as public record goes, this Ferrari is the most expensive car ever sold. It was bought at the Gooding & Company Auction during the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The Testa Rossa (“red head” in Italian) line of Ferraris has been known to be one of the most successful series of racecar in history, and this prototype started the whole thing. Featuring a right-hand drive with de Dion rear axel, v12 engine, and pontoon-style fenders, this Ferrari has been raced all around the world and has had only 2 previous owners. Here are some more specs:
2,953 CC Tipo 128 LM SOHC V-12 Engine
Six Weber 38 DCN Carburetors
300 BHP at 7,200 RPM
4-Speed Manual Gearbox
4-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes
Another extremely beautiful car on this list. The famous Ferrari Enzo. The Ferrari is probably one of the most well-known supercar there. I personally do not know anyone who hasn’t heard the word “Ferrari”. This name has always been associated with the life of luxury.
This 650 horsepower beauty was developed in 2002 and named after its founder. The Enzo uses many Formula 1 technologies which automatically increases its price tag by a lot. The car’s whole body is made out of carbon fiber which is very rare for road cars. It also has an electrohydraulic transmission, the one used in Formula 1 races. Some other technologies include the active traction control and finely tuned aerodynamics. The Enzo gave birth to a whole new range of Ferrari models because of its revolutionary V12 engine that has four valves per cylinder. Motor Trend Classics’ Ten Greatest Ferraris ranked the Enzo 4th and Sports Car International ranked it third on their list of top supercars of 2000.
Ken Okuyama was the design mastermind behind the Enzo, he’s the head of Japanese Pinnifarina. Again, the car was produced in limited numbers so it’s very hard to get a hold of. 399 of these cars were produced. Enzo’s top speed is 217 mph, its able to go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.65 seconds.
Ferrari La Ferrari
The Ferrari La Ferrari is a vehicle held back by one thing — the law. Emissions standards and safety equipment add considerable bulk to a near-perfect machine, so for the track-only F XX K, the car bows only to physics.
The “standard” car’s output of 950hp was boosted to a downright silly 1,035hp in F XX K guise, and its various body modifications have increased down-force by up to 50 percent. Even the tires are space age, as the slick Trellis feature embedded sensors to keep tabs on longitudinal, lateral, and radial acceleration, as well as temperature and pressure. Until Ferrari invents some sort of road-going hyper drive, this is about as good as a performance car gets.