The Ferrari F40 is a sports car that was produced by Ferrari between 1989 and
The engine was upgraded from 3.0 liters to 4.0 liters.
In addition to the larger engine, the F40 also featured improved aerodynamics, better handling, and more power. It was the first Ferrari with four seats, and the only one to feature a V12 engine.
The car had a larger rear wing and a more powerful exhaust system.
The F40 was the fastest production Ferrari ever made, reaching speeds of up to 217 mph (350 km/h). Its top speed was limited by regulations at 200 mph (322 km/h), but it still managed to beat the previous record holder, the Enzo, by almost 20 mph (32 km/h).
The suspension was improved.
The F40 featured a new double wishbone front suspension system with coil springs and hydraulic dampers. This allowed the car to handle better than before. It also had a rear subframe that helped improve handling.
A new transmission was added.
The F40 also featured a new 5.5L V12 engine, producing 500 hp (370 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 479 lb·ft (650 Nm) of torque at 6,500 rpm. This made it one of the fastest cars ever produced by Ferrari.
The brakes were upgraded.
The F40 had a braking system with four ventilated discs and two fixed calipers. It used a carbon fiber composite material for the brake rotors and pads.