Consider the oscillating curves of the 250 GTO, the punchy beauty of the Dino 246 GTS, or the sharper, race-hardened lines of the F40. We’re sure that you’d agree that all share a parking spot at the pinnacle of automotive design.
Ferrari have spent the last 78 years crafting these works of four-wheeled art, machines that represent the very best of craft, engineering and passion. They’ve never put a single Tod’s-wearing foot wrong. Well, almost.
"They’ve never put a single Tod’s-wearing foot wrong. Well, almost..."
Gentleman’s Journal have selected six the most intriguing-looking Ferraris to have ever revved their engines and broken out into the wild. These are cars without the gaspingly-beautiful looks of Enzo’s classics. That said, you’re still likely to gasp.
Below you’ll find the most weird and wonderful of Enzo’s machines, the cars from the experimental end of his spectrum, and ones which have passed through the hallowed halls of RM Sotheby’s auction house across the years.
Now, it’s for you to decide: Are these outliers best consigned to the garage forever, or do they deserve to be out turning heads with the best of their Prancing Horse stablemates?
1949 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe by Carrozzeria Touring
1993 Ferrari Conciso Concept by Michalak
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo by Pininfarina
1997 Ferrari F50
2006 Ferrari 575 GTZ by Zagato
2015 Ferrari Sergio by Pininfarina
Thanks to RM Sotheby’s
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