10 Mais famosos Ferraris de Sergio Pininfarina

10 Most famous Ferraris of Sergio Pininfarina
Automobile designer
Pininfarina was born in Turin. After joining his father Battista Farina at Carrozzeria Pininfarina, he quickly became integral to the company, and during his career oversaw many of the designs (particularly Ferraris) for which the company is famous. In 1961, by decree of the Italian president, his family surname was changed from Farina to Pininfarina to match that of the company.
In 1965 it was Sergio Pininfarina who personally persuaded Enzo Ferrari to adopt a "mid-engined" engine configuration for a new line of road cars, with the engine positioned behind the driver, but ahead of the rear wheels. The resulting Ferrari Dino Berlinette Speciale was presented at the Paris Motor Show in October, although it would be another two years before the cars were offered for sale.

10. Ferrari P6
Ferrari P6
Created by designer Leonardo Fioravanti of Pininfarina in 1968, the Ferrari P6 is a research prototype that has a design very advanced for its time and eventually inspire future forms of Ferraris as the Boxer. The vehicle has a central tube which serves as a "backbone".

9. Ferrari Pinin

Ferrari Pinin
At the Turin Motor Show in 1980, the Pininfarina celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company in style and created a four-door Ferrari in honor of his father and company founder Battista 'Pinin' Farina. Obviously the most striking feature of the four doors were Pinin and fell to Leonardo Fioravanti create the prototype.

8. Ferrari 250 LM
Ferrari 250 LM
The 250 Le Mans mid-engined all he seemed a prototype racing, but is designed to be produced as a GT road. The 250 LM appeared in 1963 and sported a Pininfarina bodywork. The Ferrari was unable to convince the FIA that would produce the 100 units required to homologate the car for GT racing. Eventually, only 32 LMs were built until 1965.

7.Ferrari 275 GTB / 4

Ferrari 275 GTB
With 275 to Pininfarina designed a design representing a graceful evolution of the predecessor 250. It introduced the concept "transaxle" Ferrari, where the transmission and rear axle are integrated. Presented in 1966 in Paris, and built by Scaglietti, the 275 GTB / 4 exhibited a new body and was the first Ferrari to present not wire rims.

6. Ferrari 365 GTS / 4 Daytona
Ferrari 365 GTS 4 Daytona
Although it is also a Pininfarina design, like many other road cars Ferrari earlier (by Leonardo Fioravanti), the 365 GTS / 4 was radically different. Its sharp design seemed a Lamborghini more than a traditional Pininfarina Ferrari. But unlike then-new Lamborghini Miura, the Daytona was a traditional front engine car and rear wheel drive.

5. Ferrari Dino 206 GT
Ferrari Dino 206 GT
Introduced in January 1968 at the Brussels Salon Dino 206 GT has soft corners and curved lines typical of earlier Italian cars, unlike its successor, the 308 GT4 Bertone, who has straight lines and sharp contours, since so bolder in Fiat X1 / 9 Bertone also. Although designed by Pininfarina, the production was handled by Scaglietti.

4. Ferrari 360 Barchetta Concept
Ferrari 360 Barchetta Conception
Specially designed by Pininfarina, the Ferrari workers produced a very special wedding gift for the chairman, Luca di Montezemelo in 2000, the Ferrari 360 Barchetta. The Barchetta is a unique model and is part of the private collection of Di Montezemelo.

3. Ferrari 550 Barchetta
Ferrari 550 Barchetta
Ferrari introduced a convertible version of the 550 at the Paris Motor Show in 2000. The 550 Barchetta was a true roadster without a roof to be provided. A total of 448 were produced Barchettas, four more than initially planned due to concerns of superstition in the Japanese market.

2. Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta
Designed by Sergio Pininfarina in 1959 the 250 GT Berlinetta is a true legend of the automotive world. The fascination of the car comes from its ability to be recognized as the ultimate expression of an amazing road car capable of winning on the track. The 250 GT Bertone made ​​names like Arthur Conan Doyle or the Prince Bertil of Sweden lost his head for it.

1. Ferrari Enzo Ferrari
Ferrari Enzo Ferrari
The Enzo's V12 supercar that is amongst the most incredible cars ever produced. It was created by Ken Okuyama, former chief designer Pininfarina, and initially presented in Paris in 2002 with a limited production of 349 units. Next year the Enzo successor will be unveiled, giving a new chapter to the history of the Ferrari supercar at the hands of Pininfarina.

Source: autovia.pt / wikipedia.org


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