Ferrari F50 1995 posters

Ferrari F50

The Ferrari F50 was a mid-engined range-topping sports car made by Ferrari in order to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. It was introduced in 1995 as the successor to the F40. This two door, two seat convertible was designed with a removable hardtop and powered by a 4.7 L naturally-aspirated 60-valve V12 engine that was derived from the 1992 Ferrari F 92 A Formula One car. Production ran from 1995 to July 1997 with a mere 349 cars made, each one priced between $480,000 and $555,000. The last Ferrari F50 was produced in Maranello, Italy. Specifications Price (1995): $480,000-$555,000 Manufactured in: Maranello, Italy Number Produced: 349 (1995 to July 1997) Inspiration: 1990 Ferrari F1 641 as driven by Alain Prost Dimensions: Weight: 2976 lb (1349 kg); Distribution: 42%/58% (front/rear); Length: 176.4 in (4,481 mm); Height: 44.1 in (1,120 mm); Width: 78.2 in (1,986 mm); Wheelbase: 101.6 in (2,581 mm); Front track: 63.8 in (1,621 mm); Rear track: 63.1 in (1,603 mm) Engine: Type: Tipo F130, model SFE 4.7 VJGAEA; Position: Mid-engine, rear-wheel drive; Configuration: Longitudinal 60-valve 65° V12, derived from F1 unit; Aspiration: Natural, with Variable Length Intake Manifold via butterfly valve in Intake Manifold; Engine weight: 436.5 lb; Displacement: 4698 cc (286.68ci); Max Power: 513 bhp (383 kW) @ 8000 rpm; Max Torque: 347 lb·ft (470 N·m) @ 6500 rpm; Power/Disp.: 109.1 bhp/litre; Weight/Power ratio: 5.8 lb/bhp; Bore x Stroke: 3.35 in. x 2.72 in.; Compression ratio: 11.3:1; Redline: 8500 rpm; ECU: Bosch Motronic 2.7 (controls the fuel feed, ignition timing, and variable length intake and exhaust systems); Fuel tank: Foam filled, aeronautical-style Sekur rubber bladder, 27.7 US gal. Transmission: Configuration: Longitudinal 6 Speed Manual + Reverse, Limited slip differential, RWD; Gear ratios: 2.933:1 (1st), 2.157:1 (2nd), 1.681:1 (3rd), 1.360:1 (4th), 1.107:1 (5th), 0.903:1 (6th), 2.529:1 (Reverse); Final drive: 3.70:1; Clutch: Dry, twin plate; Cooling: Oil-water intercooler between gearbox lubricant and engine Chassis: Type: Central carbon fiber tub, light-alloy suspension and engine-gearbox assembly mounting points co-polymerised to the chassis; Materials: Carbon fiber, epoxy resin, Nomex honeycomb core, sandwich construction; Weight: 2249 lb; Torsional stiffness: 25,500 lb·ft (34,570 N·m) per degree Suspension: Front: F1-derived, rose-jointed unequal-length wishbones, push-rods, coil springs, Bilstein

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