Look at the luxurious snow drift of a classic FerrariDecember 26, 2019
Skiing and snowboarding is one of the most popular winter activities, and Japan is no exception. The protagonist of the Red Bull winter film, entitled “A Day in the Life”, also goes to the ski slope, but not to tie a piece of wood to his feet: his scarlet Ferrari F40 becomes a sports equipment.
A sports car cannot do without additional equipment, and the pilot simply rents it on a slope. Which one? Watch the video: a snowy day with the iconic Ferrari, compressed in 4 minutes of screen time.
Ferrari F40 is considered the last supercar created during the lifetime of brand founder Enzo Ferrari. They produced it from 1987 to 1992 and assembled about 1,300 cars, although initially it was planned to create only four hundred: the model’s popularity was influenced by the change in production plans.
The F40 was equipped with a 2.9-liter turbocharged V8 with a return of 480 hp. and 577 Nm and a five-speed manual. The supercar accelerated to 100 km / h in 3.7 seconds, it took 11 seconds to set 200 km / h, and the maximum speed of the coupe was 324 km / h. Now the price of Ferrari F40 at auctions often reaches $ 1 million.
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