Introduced to the market at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1999, the Ferrari 360’s breath taking, sweeping bodylines, sleek curves, and elegant appearance took the market by storm. The 360 defied tradition and disregarded the sharp angles and pop-up headlights, embracing a design that was more aerodynamic than ever before. The final result surpassed expectations, with the 360 popular among sports car enthusiasts for years to come.
The Ferrari 360 was the company’s first production car with the chassis, body shell and even suspension wishbones all constructed in aluminium, helping deliver a 0-62mph acceleration time of just 4.5 seconds. The 360 is powered by a capable 3.6-litre V8 engine and available in Modena, Spider and the special edition Challenge Stradale iterations.