The 2005 Ferrari 360 Modena is a 2-door, 2-seat Convertible, available in
2 trims, ranging from the Base to the F1. Upon introduction, the $172,186
Base is equipped with a standard 3.6L, 8-cylinder,
engine that achieves 11-mpg in the city and 16-mpg on the highway.
a Manual transmission is standard.
F1 is equipped with a standard 3.6L, 8-cylinder,
engine that achieves 10-mpg in the city and 16-mpg on the highway.
an Automatic transmission is standard.
If you’re looking for Ferrari pictures, you’ve come to the right place. One of the most legendary of the Italian performance automobiles, Ferrari’s got a distinct style and a lot of history to back it up. Autobytel’s gallery of Ferrari photos provides a comprehensive overview of Ferrari’s race heritage and the notorious performance cars that have been derived from the automaker’s engineering expertise.
Ferrari’s been around since 1929. It was founded by Enzo Ferrari as a straight-up race car manufacturer. The first Ferrari production car intended for street use was not introduced until 1947. Throughout its history, Ferrari had, at various points, close ties with Alfa Romeo and Fiat, two other Italian automakers with storied pasts. The Ferrari photo gallery might reveal some visual clues about these automakers’ alliances, although collaboration did tend to focus on engineering and racing, not on style or aesthetics. During this era, Ferrari often enlisted the help of coachbuilders such as Bertone, Zagato, and Pininfarina for their exterior and interior design expertise, helping Ferrari develop a reputation for superior quality that helped justify a premium price.
Autobytel’s collection of Ferrari images traces the automaker’s course through history, from its foundation in European racing to the exclusive supercars produced today, which are sold and coveted throughout the world. For clients with a certain level of resources and a taste for the ultra exclusive, Ferrari will also commission, customize and build a one-of-a-kind supercar brandishing the renowned stallion badging, essentially redefining the term “limited availability.”