With the bold combination of green body and golden wheels, this Ferrari F40 art breaks the rules just as the car did decades ago.

Better hurry. Enzo doesn't stand delays.

It's interesting to know that the development of the Ferrari F40 takes no more than 13 months. That's remarkable given the fact nowadays a new model needs at least five years. Some might say the reason is the car's ascetic interior. There's no carpet and upholstery, something never seen before in a Ferrari road car. The engineering and design team don't spend much time on the colour decision either. All 1311 produced cars are in the emblematic Rosso Corsa paint. 

So this makes us wonder, "What if there are other available colours?". Later a few F40 owners repaint their cars primarily in yellow or black.

Ferrari F40 details

The simplified interior doesn't stop Ferrari F40 from becoming an instant legend. It's the car's design, stance, speed, aerodynamics, technology and gated gearshift that make it the late '80s and early '90s beauty queen. It is also the successor of the legendary 288 GTO and the last Ferrari designed under the direct supervision of Enzo Ferrari. At the time it is Ferrari's fastest, most powerful and most expensive car. 

The Ferrari F40: A race car for the road

It is built on tubular space-frame chassis, complemented with kevlar and carbon-fiber materials. Lightweight materials are used for the the bonnet and boot lid to reduce the weight even further. The windows are plexiglass. So a curb weight a bit higher than 1250kg doesn't come as a surprise.

The V8 heart of this beauty is relatively small, just 2.9 litres. Thanks to a couple of turbochargers, it produces 471 horsepower which is enough to achieve 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 4 seconds and 0 to 100 miles in 8 seconds flat. Its quarter-mile run is clocked at 11.5 seconds and this is an impressive result for a road vehicle even today.

Ferrari F40 has never been the world's fastest car but it is a true legend. And a true fan would appreciate this beautiful Ferrari F40 art by Marco De Toma. It is available as a poster print or a high-quality art print. What would make your motor soul thrive?



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