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1995 Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina)

Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995
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Styling mock-up of the Ferrari F50, manufactured in Maranello in limited number. Its objective was to synthesise the best racing characteristics of a F1 single seater with those of a road car: high technology, excellent aerodynamic efficiency, extreme performances combined with absolute reliability and safety.


“Our market research says Ferrari customers believe F1 is the pinnacle of all automotive technology, the highest peak of their motoring aspirations,” former Ferrari sales and marketing director Dr. Michele Scannavini said in the mid 1990s. “By offering them a chance to buy an F1 car dressed as a road car, we’re going as close as we can to meeting those aspirations.”

An “F1 car dressed as a road car” sums up the Ferrari F50.

The idea for this F40 successor came from Piero Ferrari, then the company’s vice chairman. He drove an F40 to the office daily, and with Ferrari concentrating its racing focus on Formula 1, that made F1 a perfect starting point for Maranello’s highest performing new road car.

In 1990, when work on the Ferrari F50 began, Ferrari’s F1 cars used a carbon-fiber chassis, a naturally aspirated V-12 engine, pushrod suspension, and paddle-shift transmission. All would make it to the Ferrari F50, save the shift paddles because of durability concerns.

The tub followed Formula 1 engineering principles. It was the central part of the car’s structure and was made entirely of lightweight carbon composites and adhesive materials. Acting as a support for the rear suspension and for the carbon-fiber bodywork was the centrally mounted engine.

And what an engine it was. The 4700cc V-12 used the 1990 F1 car’s block. It employed a similar design for the heads and crankshaft; this made the latter items easier to manufacture. Everything else was new so the engine could meet emissions laws and be drivable on the street. At 513 horsepower, the Ferrari F50 was Ferrari’s most-powerful road car ever.

The gearbox was a conventional six-speed manual mounted longitudinally. The suspension featured upper and lower wishbones, pushrods, and electronically controlled shocks managed by an ECU that took into account steering angles and lateral and longitudinal forces. This not only minimized body roll but made the ride more comfortable. The brakes were large ventilated Brembo discs and were not power assisted.

Originally, Ferrari wanted Pininfarina to make two different bodies for the car -- a slinky aerodynamic coupe and a barchetta. Pininfarina’s head of design was Lorenzo Ramaciotti, and the earliest Ferrari F50 proposals drew from his stunning Ferrari Mythos show car of 1989. To pass U.S. crash tests, the body of the road car had to be lengthened, and once the general shape was decided, it underwent extensive aerodynamic testing.

“Our priority was to find a good balance between airflow on and inside the car by utilizing underbody aerodynamics,” Ramaciotti said. Spoilers were added as necessary, and lessons learned developing the Ferrari F50’s flat underbody were tapped for the smaller F355.

A full-scale styling model was presented to Ferrari in 1991. At that point, Ferrari management told Pininfarina to merge the coupe and barchetta into a single car. The design of the resulting open two-seater with a lift-off roof panel was barely touched until shortly before the car’s introduction at the 1994 Geneva Motor Show, when roll bars were added for additional occupant protection.

Ferrari capped Ferrari F50 production at just 349 units, one fewer than it figured it would be able to sell. Most of the earliest cars went to America, delivered before emissions regulations tightened in 1997. Ferrari had no trouble selling out the production run, even at a factory sticker of nearly $520,000.

That was roughly half the asking price of the other preeminent supercar of the day, the McLaren F1. That the Ferrari F50 couldn’t quite match the McLaren’s performance numbers was of no importance to Ferrari. Its goal was to construct the world’s most involving drive, and that’s exactly what Ferrari F50 owners got.

Not that 0-100 mph in 8 seconds and the quarter-mile in 12.1 was slow. It was about the experience. As Road & Track summed up in the test that recorded those figures, “More than anything the [Ferrari F50] feels like a racing car.”

Ferrari had hit its target, and the car was so special inside the company that it had its own production line. When the last Ferrari F50 rolled out in 1997, few were sadder to see it go than Ferrari test driver Dario Benuzzi. “Developing the car has been a wonderful adventure,” he told Autocar. “I do not want it to end.”
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Designschmiede: Pininfarina
1912 Fiat Tipo Zero (Pininfarina), 1937 Lancia Aprilia Aerodinamica (Pininfarina), 1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Cabriolet (Pininfarina), 1947 Cisitalia 202 (Pininfarina), 1947 Maserati A6 1500 Berlinetta Speciale (Pininfarina), 1950 BMW 501 (Pininfarina), 1951 Packard 2-Door Fastback (Pininfarina), 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900 C Sprint Coupe (Pininfarina), 1953 Lancia Aurelia PF200 (Pininfarina), 1953 Lancia Aurelia PF200 C Spider (Pininfarina), 1954 Alfa Romeo 1900 TI Coupe (Pininfarina), 1954 Cadillac PF 200 Cabriolet (Pininfarina), 1954 Lancia Aurelia B24 S (Pininfarina), 1954 Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta (Pininfarina), 1955 Ferrari 375 America Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1955 Fiat 1100 TV Speciale (Pininfarina), 1955 Fiat 8V Berlinetta Speciale (Pininfarina), 1955 Jaguar XK120 (Pininfarina), 1955 Lancia Florida (Pininfarina), 1955 Nash Special (Pininfarina), 1956 Alfa Romeo Super Flow I (Pininfarina), 1956 Alfa Romeo Super Flow II (Pininfarina), 1956 Ferrari 410 Superfast (Pininfarina), 1956 Fiat Multipla Marine (Pininfarina), 1956 Lancia Appia Coupe (Pininfarina), 1956 Rambler Palm Beach (Pininfarina), 1957 Alfa Romeo 2000 Coupe Speciale 'Sestriere' (Pininfarina), 1957 Buick Lido (Pininfarina), 1957 Ferrari 4.9 Superfast (Pininfarina), 1957 Lancia Appia Coupe (Pininfarina), 1957 Lancia Florida II (Pininfarina), 1958 Buick XP-75 (Pininfarina), 1958 Cadillac Skylight Coupe (Pininfarina), 1959 Alfa Romeo Super Flow III (Pininfarina), 1959 Cadillac Starlight (Pininfarina), 1959 Ferrari 250 GT SWB (Pininfarina), 1959 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1959 Fiat 2100 Coupe (Pininfarina), 1960 Abarth Monoposto da record (Pininfarina), 1960 Alfa Romeo Super Flow IV (Pininfarina), 1960 Chevrolet Corvair Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1960 Ferrari Superfast II (Pininfarina), 1960 Pininfarina X, 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS Spider (Pininfarina), 1961 Cadillac PF Jacqueline (Pininfarina), 1961 Fiat 600 D Berlinetta Aerodinamica Modello 'Y' (Pininfarina), 1961 Maserati 5000 GT 'Gianni Agnelli' (Pininfarina), 1962 Alfa Romeo 2600 Cabriolet Speciale (Pininfarina), 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS Coupe (Pininfarina), 1962 Austin Healey 3000 (Pininfarina), 1962 Ferrari Superfast III (Pininfarina), 1962 Ferrari Superfast IV (Pininfarina), 1962 Fiat 2300 Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1962 Lancia Flavia Coupe (Pininfarina), 1963 Alfa Romeo 2600 Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1963 Chevrolet Rondine (Pininfarina), 1963 Fiat 2300 Cabriolet Speciale (Pininfarina), 1963 Fiat 2300 S Lausanne (Pininfarina), 1963 Lancia Flaminia Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1963 Pininfarina PF Sigma, 1964 Abarth 1000 Spider (Pininfarina), 1964 Fiat 2300 S Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1964 Mercedes-Benz 230 SL Coupe (Pininfarina), 1965 Abarth 1000 Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Sport (Pininfarina), 1965 Ferrari Dino Berlinetta Speciale (Pininfarina), 1965 Fiat 2300 S Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1966 Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale (Pininfarina), 1966 Ferrari Dino Berlinetta GT (Pininfarina), 1966 Fiat Dino Speciale Prototipo (Pininfarina), 1967 Ferrari Dino 206 Competizione (Pininfarina), 1967 Ferrari Dino 206/246 GT (Pininfarina), 1967 Fiat Dino Parigi (Pininfarina), 1967 Pininfarina BMC-1800 Berlina-Aerodinamica, 1968 Alfa Romeo P33 Roadster (Pininfarina), 1968 Bentley T1 Coupe Speciale (Pininfarina), 1968 Ferrari 250 P5 (Pininfarina), 1968 Ferrari P6 (Pininfarina), 1968 Fiat Dino Ginevra (Pininfarina), 1968 Pininfarina BLMC 1100, 1969 Abarth 2000 (Pininfarina), 1969 Alfa Romeo P33 Coupe (Pininfarina), 1969 Ferrari 512S Speciale (Pininfarina), 1969 Fiat 128 Teenager (Pininfarina), 1969 Peugeot 504 Cabriolet (Pininfarina), 1969 Peugeot 504 Coupe (Pininfarina), 1969 Pininfarina Sigma Grand Prix monoposto F1, 1970 Ferrari Modulo (Pininfarina), 1971 Alfa Romeo P33 Cuneo (Pininfarina), 1971 Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer (Pininfarina), 1971 NSU Ro-80 (Pininfarina), 1971 Peugeot 504 Break Riviera (Pininfarina), 1972 Alfa Romeo Alfetta 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Ferrari Mythos (Pininfarina), 1990 Pininfarina CNR E2, 1991 Opel Chronos (Pininfarina), 1992 Fiat Cinquecento pick-up (Pininfarina), 1992 Pininfarina Ethos, 1993 Pininfarina Ethos 2, 1994 Ferrari 512 M (Pininfarina), 1994 Fiat Spunto (Pininfarina), 1994 Pininfarina Ethos 3, 1995 Ferrari F50 (Pininfarina), 1995 Honda Argento Vivo (Pininfarina), 1995 Honda SSM (Pininfarina), 1996 Fiat Sing e Song (Pininfarina), 1996 Pininfarina Eta Beta, 1997 Peugeot 406 Coupe (Pininfarina), 1997 Peugeot Nautilus (Pininfarina), 1998 Alfa Romeo Dardo (Pininfarina), 1998 Peugeot 206 (Pininfarina), 1999 Fiat Wish (Pininfarina), 1999 Pininfarina Metrocubo, 2000 Ferrari Rossa (Pininfarina), 2001 Citroen Osee (Pininfarina), 2001 Ford Start (Pininfarina), 2002 Ferrari Enzo (Pininfarina), 2002 Hafei HF Fantasy (Pininfarina), 2003 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti (Pininfarina), 2003 Maserati Quattroporte (Pininfarina), 2003 Pininfarina Enjoy, 2004 Ferrari Superamerica (Pininfarina), 2004 Pininfarina Double-Face, 2004 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vadik
Dienstag, 13. Juli 2010
это очень дорогая,взрывная и быстрая тачка
Вл. С.
Sonntag, 8. Januar 2012
Да, дорогая, взрывная, быстрая. Но без души. Она словно бы замыленная F40. Вот та была супер!
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