As the first modern Ferrari "halo" supercar, the 288 GTO was essentially a heavily reworked 308. Its top speed of 189 mph made it the fastest production car ever created at the time.
In its high-performance GTO version, the stunning 599 is one of the fastest production Ferraris ever made. And its grand-touring design makes it an excellent, luxurious cruiser as well.
The Diablo succeeded the famous Countach, and features even more wild speed and impracticality than its predecessor. Luckily, its design has done a better job standing the test of time.
The DB4 was a true driver's car, with a 240-hp 3.7-liter six-cylinder engine, four-wheel disc brakes, and communicative handling. Its high-power Vantage and GT Zagato variants were too.
Sure, only one has ever been made. Nevertheless, the XJ13 is one of the greatest-looking designs ever conceived. This prototype bridged the gap between the more famous D-Type and E-Type Jags.
The latest and greatest midengine Ferrari, the Italia perfectly encapsulates the modern Ferrari: stunning looks, a shrieking high-rpm engine, and serious performance on the racetrack.