Here are 7 Ferrari models that are among the rarest in the world because of its meager production numbers when it was launched on the market.
Ferrari J50 2016
The J50 is a limited production version of the 488 Spider introduced in 2016, unlike the 488 Spider, the J50 has different body panels and more horsepower.
Ferrari only produced 10 of these models for the Japanese market, making the J50 one of the most difficult Ferraris to buy today. The J50 comes with the same 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 as the 488 Spider, but with 20 hp more power thanks to some upgrades. The car has a carbon fiber Targa roof instead of the standard electric folding hardtop on the 488.
Ferrari 166MM 1950
The Ferrari 166 MM holds a special place in Ferrari’s history. Introduced in 1948 at the Touring Allenano, the 166MM was the first Ferrari built after Enzo Ferrari – the founder of this legendary car brand decided to start his own car company. Only 47 were ever built, making the 166 MM super rare.
166 MM is equipped with a 2.0-liter Colombo V12 engine, with a capacity of 138 horsepower, allowing it to reach a maximum speed of 220km / h. Terrible speed at that time.
Ferrari 599 SA Aperta 2011
The SA Aperta is a limited edition roadster that Ferrari produced to celebrate Pininfarina’s 80th anniversary. The SA Aperta is based on the 599 but uses a more efficient engine with 661 hp, allowing for a top speed of up to 325 km/h. 80 is the number of SA Apertas available globally.
Ferrari 330 P4 1967
Introduced in 1967, the 330 P4 was a stunning mid-engined race car that Ferrari developed to replace the 330 P3. It is also a car that holds a special place and is an important part of Ferrari’s racing history. Ferrari built only four 330 P4s and only one remains to this day in its original form.
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa 1958
The 250 Testa Rossa is a sports car built by Ferrari in the late 50’s to compete in the World SportsCar Championship and 24 Hours of Le Mans and it has been very successful winning various titles. There are only 33 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa in the world, one of which sold for $16 million in 2011.
Ferrari F50 GT 1996
Born in the mid-90s when Ferrari wanted to join the BPR Global GT Series, where they would face tough opponents like the McLaren F1 GTR. Ferrari turned the F50 into a race car with the help of Dallara and Michelotto. As a result, the F50 GT was born.
The F50 GT has had a number of tweaks, including a fixed roof, a new front spoiler and a large rear spoiler. The 4.7-liter V12 was tuned to produce around 740 hp, enough to make it one of the fastest cars of the 90s. And only 3 Ferrari F50 GTs ever produced showed that. its super rarity.
Ferrari 458 Pininfarina Sergio
Ferrari and Carrozzeria Pininfarina have a partnership for decades. So when Sergio Pininfarina passed away in 2012, Ferrari decided to build a special model in his honor – the 458 Pininfarina Sergio. Only 6 units were produced globally for this particular model.