With vintage Ferraris becoming increasingly sought after — with a 1992 Ferrari F40 recently expected to sell for around $1.2 million USD and a 1966 model found in someone’s barn estimated at $4 million USD — this video shows how the cars have evolved over the past 70 years. Beginning with 125 S from 1947 (the first car to bear the company’s name) and continuing up to 2017’s Portofino, the video displays how Ferrari’s models have changed in that time.
The video showcases some of Ferrari’s most iconic designs — including the first F40 in 1987 and the arrival of the Enzo in 2003 — as well as a number of cars reduced by the Italian brand that didn’t become as well known. You can watch the video above, and let us know which Ferrari era you think is the best.
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