Experience the best of 1980s supercar performance.
In 1984, Ferrari improved upon its Berlinetta Boxer by replacing the model with the Testarossa. Though the new design caused some controversy as it stepped away from the curvaceousness of its predecessor, the unique raked side intakes quickly became an iconic statement of Ferrari style.
While performance in large part stayed the same despite having more power than the Berlinetta Boxer, the Testarossa offered Ferrari buyers a more comfortable interior and more luggage space. What could be better in the 1980’s than a comfortable, spacious Ferrari with a mid-mounted flat-12 powerplant and a cutting-edge new style. It is really not surprising that this incredible exotic masterpiece became one of the most mass-produced Ferrari’s to date and decades later the Testarossa remains a highly sought after icon.
A fun fact: the notorious side intakes on the Testarossa are both stylish and functional, serving as an intake for the vehicle’s side-mounted radiators. Each Testarossa used a naturally aspirated flat-12 cylinder engine, which made about 380 horsepower from the factory and could reach a top speed of 180 miles per hour. A 5-speed manual was the only gearbox available.
A coat of iconic Rosso Corsa covers the body, and features pop-up headlights, fog lights, an asymmetrical cooling duct beneath the left fog lamp, dual side mirrors, side intake strakes, black-finished rocker panels, and quad exhaust outlets. The inside is covered in Beige Connolly leather upholstery over the seats, door panels, and lower dashboard. Interior amenities include a Kenwood CD stereo, motorized seat belts, and a gated shifter located on the center console alongside controls for the air conditioning, rear window defroster, and power windows.