Ferrari, widely regarded as the best company in the world when it comes to high-performance luxury sports cars, has been a significant player in the industry for a long time. Established in 1939 by legendary car enthusiast Enzo Ferrari, the company began producing automobiles the following year, but it wasn't until 1947 that the company shipped off its most famous Ferrari-badged vehicle.
Enzo Ferrari, oddly enough, had worked in the automobile industry long before Ferrari was founded. He started his career with Alfa Romeo as a race car driver, and he surprised everyone by winning awards for Alfa Romeo's hustling division. In 1929, Enzo formed the well-known Scuderia Ferrari, which was Ferrari's authoritative hustling branch while still operating under the Alfa Romeo umbrella as a unit with practical experience in designing race cars for men of their word.
Enzo stayed with Alfa Romeo until 1939, when he left to start his own company, Auto Costruzioni Ferrari. During Ferrari's early years, Enzo drove the development of the well-known V12 engine, which eventually became the brand's symbol, and in 1947, the company produced its most remarkable creation vehicle, the 125 Sports (by means of Ferrari).
Ferrari's process has been nothing short of extraordinary since then. The automobiles given by the Italian monstrosity are valued as business signs.
The following are the 10 best Ferraris ever — vehicles that have changed the norm of sports vehicles all through.
Ferrari Dino 246
Ferrari 125 S
Ferrari 458 Speciale
Ferrari Daytona SP3
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