Breathtaking is the only word to describe the 360, introduced in 1999. From its sculpted looks, crafted over a superbly fabricated aluminum chassis, the Modena exudes Ferrari at its best
The line of Ferrari Berlinettas has been a long and distinguished one. From the first 166 Barchetta through the 195, 212, and then the highly collectible 250 GTs of the 1960s, the cars were always characterized by being for two people only, light, nimble and with a powerful and reliable V12 engine.
In the 1970s, with the 308 series, the Ferrari two-seater Berlinetta changed from a front-engine V12-powered car to a mid-engine V8. The resultant models included the iconic 308/328, the 348, the 355 and now the 360 Modena.
Breathtaking is the only word to describe the 360, introduced in 1999. From its sculpted looks, crafted over a superbly fabricated aluminum chassis, the Modena exudes Ferrari at its best. The engine is turbine-like in its power delivery through a six-speed gearbox, rocketing the driver to a top speed of 190 mph, with 0-60 mph coming in just 4.3 seconds. A standstill to 100 mph takes just 10.2 seconds, accompanied by extraordinary handling and braking.
The Modena Coupe pictured here is in superb condition, having covered just 1,837 miles from new. It has been regularly serviced and maintained since being purchased in 2001. Finished in Ferrari red with a tan interior, this low mileage 360 Modena is as one would expect-simply stunning and virtually new. A perfect modern Ferrari for the most discerning buyer, this example offers no disappointments.