Ferrari 360 Review – Research New & Used Ferrari 360 Models | Edmunds

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Ferrari 360

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We like the 360. In other news, we like Dom Perignon, vacationing in and dating Heidi Klum (or to be Brad Pitt). Indeed, up with cons for such a automobile like the 360 Modena and is like criticizing Heidi for a funny accent or Brad for his hair. This Ferrari set the bar for lower-end supercars by providing performance, ethereal steering, ride and tenacious grip. It look half bad either, and who can with a car that proudly its engine under a glass

Most Recent Ferrari 360

The 360 was all-new in 1999 and offered in coupe and Spider convertible styles. They were by a mid-mounted 3.6-liter V8 that out a raucous 400 horsepower at 8,500 Low-end power wasn’t as with a mere 275 pound-feet at rpm. The all-important 0-60-mph was accomplished in a few ticks north of 4

The standard transmission was a six-speed tied to a classic Italian shifter complete with ball knob. Many and Spiders were ordered the rather pricey F1 automated manual gearbox that via column-mounted shift paddles in a 150 milliseconds. Although we’d stick with the stick, the adept ability at rev-matching and its automatic mode (admittedly not the system in the world) make it a choice for both aggressive and commuting.

What makes a Ferrari a is so much more than a go-fast engine and a logo with a startled horse. The 360 an aluminum space-frame chassis, aluminum double-wishbone suspension and a body by Pininfarina constructed of you guessed it — aluminum, resulted in super-low weight for performance and handling. Of course, the was also made possible by a body and suspension that body roll to a theoretical while the steering stayed knife-sharp right up to triple-digit (The 360 maxed out at 175 mph.) But if you need us to tell you the Ferrari 360 is a to drive, perhaps enrolling in Cars 101 is in order.

Unlike some past the 360 had an interior worthy of the car’s tag. Supple leather, materials and straightforward ergonomics an excellent balance between and driving-focused simplicity. The snug offered plenty of lateral with a comfortable reach to the steering wheel. Besides to superb road-holding, the 360’s body also provided of elbow room and enough for a set of golf clubs behind the two And really, what’s the point of a club if you can’t show off Ferrari? One of the rare downsides to the 360 was visibility — particularly in the convertible with its high deck, thick roll and plastic rear window.

Ferrari 360

For those who wanted an even capable Ferrari 360 (or a more one), the Challenge Stradale was in 2004. This stripped-down racing version of the coupe according to Ferrari, everything that did not contribute to increased or safety (or apparently a chilled as air-conditioning remained). The result was a car 242 lighter than a regular that also sported 25 horses. Along with a stiffer suspension and aerodynamic that produced 50 percent downforce, the Challenge Stradale was the thing one could get to Schumacher’s F1 — at least until the came along.

Past Ferrari 360 Models


There was only one Ferrari 360 which lasted from It was preceded by the F355 and replaced by is essentially a heavily revised of the 360 — the F430 .

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