In the world of supercars, the Ferraris are truly fabulous vehicles, which is why many auto enthusiasts fantasize about driving one. And if you love ad cherish them, then it becomes difficult to choose any one model at a time to own. How do you pick among nearly six decades of incredible Ferraris? Well, we leave this part to you. Here we have the three of the greatest Ferraris ever that united for a holiday party in Chennai.
Moans of outrage and passionate arguments are persisting to explode over this one. There are impressive Ferrari F8 Tributo, outrageously Ferrari 812 Superfast, and technically amazing Ferrari GTC4Lusso. These are undoubtedly having a gala time celebrating Christmas 2020 with killer street presence, with road manners so divine they will make grown humans cry. Not all Ferraris are created alike, of course: there are good Ferraris and, yes, even much better Ferraris as well.
So what classifies the excellent from the good or even the merely exceptional? Not just performance This Ferrari F8 Tributo is quick enough to make an enduring impression. Handling is specific and satisfying with this Ferrari’s engine hitting a pleasingly sonorous note as it does its work, and the brakes do a powerful job of delivering it to a swift halt. This is a twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 that produces 710 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque comes at the value of approx. Rs 4.62 Crore.
Next, we have this beauty in red here, super-fast, and with a great pedigree, Ferrari 812 Superfast, at a worth value of Rs 5.97 Crore. It’s a front-engined, two-seat super GT, rear-drive, – a fabulous layout that obtains a special place in Ferrari religion, drawing its roots back through the 599GTB to 365 Daytona. Let’s light on the engine, which has been extended from 6.2 to 6.5 liters with the ability to rev to 8900rpm. It offers 789bhp at 8500rpm and it just naturally squeezes, sucks, blows, and bangs.
Now, presenting last but not the least, the four seats, and brilliantly executed machine, Ferrari GTC4Lusso. Under that long, long bonnet a choice of two powerful electric units, either a freely aspirated 6.3-litre V12 giving 681bhp and 514lb-ft of torque or a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8, this machine is the big hitter. Plus, 50 percent more large space around the cabin, and, as a choice, the rider can have their own space and you can employ the whole journey thinking out how fast you’re really going. And the cost for this journey starts at Rs. 4.89 Crore.
Well, these three super Ferraris were not celebrating Christmas 2020 alone. The two Audi R8s also accompanied them, although, which has been discontinued. Have a look at the picture!
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