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Ferrari 360 Modena
The Ferrari 308 GTB had evolved through the 328, and 348 into the 355, but the 360 was to be a clean sheet design. Using aluminium chassis components, and Wavefront technology Giuseppe Randazzo designed the car so that it would be pushed down onto the road at high speed. But the 360 is lighter and stronger than the 355 that it replaced, despite being larger. Pininfarina exhibited the 360 Modena at the Geneva Salon in 1999. In 2000 the open 360 Spider was introduced, and there have been several hotter versions and track versions of the 360 before it was replaced by the 430.
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Ferrari 360 Modena Spider

Ferrari 360 Modena front
Ferrari 360 Modena. Using computers and wind tunnels, the 360 Modena ended the line of suare-shaped mid-engined Ferraris with a return to curvaceous

Ferrari 360 Modena GTC front
Ferrari 360 Modena Spider

Ferrari 360 Modena GTC rear
Ferrari 360 Modena Spider

Ferrari 360 Modena rear
Ferrari 360 Modena. This mid-engined car has a 3586cc V8 giving 400bhp, and six speed manual or paddle gearbox.

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Ferrari 360 Modena - front lights. Advances in lighting technology enabled the Modena to have small front lamps to keep its aerodynamics and not resort to pop-up lamps.

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Ferrari 360 Modena. Designed by Pininfarina using extraordinary aerodynamics, the Modena gave Ferrari a light and strong car that was both fast and handled well.

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Ferrari 360 Modena - rear wheel

Ferrari F355, 355 F1
Ferrari F355, 355 F1
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