The 1960 Ferrari 400 Superamerica first took the highways in 1959, following the 410 Superamerica and it was produced between 1959 and 1964 with only 47 units built. Featuring a maximum speed of 160+mph, the car model is powered by a 3967cc V12 that delivers around 340 bhp. Carrying typically stylish coachwork in all variants, the 400 Superamerica was produced in Coupe, Spyder and Cabriolet forms.
The 400 Superamerica was the successor to the 410 Superamerica and was produced between 1959 and 1964. A total of 47 were built.
Ferrari's last "America" model, the 400 Superamerica first took to the highways in 1959. Produced in Coupe, Spyder and also Cabriolet forms the 400 carried typically stylish coachwork in all variants.
Powered by a 3967cc V12, breathing through triple Weber carbs the 400 produced around 340bhp, giving it a 160+mph top speed.
All-round disc brakes helped keep the this rapid 2 seater in check, an overdrive gearbox also eased the cars high speed cruising ability.
Built until 1964, only 47 examples of this Italian exotic were ever produced.
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