Ferrari SP51 Roadster
This is the world’s first and only Ferrari SP51 roadster, based on the 812 GTS platform, designed by thge Ferrari Styling Center led by Flavio Manzoni. Despite not having a roof, its aerodynamics were meticulous refined in a process involving CFD simulations, wind tunnel and dynamic testing to not only ensure maximum comfort in the cabin, but also the same standard of acoustic comfort as well as wind feel as the supercar that inspired it.

Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione
Sure, this Ferrari 360 Modena limousine may be more rare, but the stunning 1987 Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione just might be the best looking classic model yet. One of just five known surviving examples built by Ferrari, this supercar was built specifically for Group B homologation of the 288 GTO, making it the fastest GT car built by the automaker in the 1980s, powered by a Tipo F114 CK twin-turbocharged 2.9L V8 engine generating 650 hp and 492 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.

1989 Mazda RX-7 Ferrari F40 Knockoff Replica
Typically, auto enthusiasts prefer using Pontiac Fieros for their replica builds, but this one from Japan decided to transform a 1989 Mazda RX-7 into a strange Ferrari F40 knockoff. Power comes from a turbocharged 13B-T twin-rotor engine making 182 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, which enables it to hit 60 mph in 6.5-seconds. In other words, this knockoff won’t be fooling anyone on the road, even if they don’t know much about cars.