360 Modena

For the 1999 International Geneva Motor Show (Tuesday 9th March Press Day) Ferrari SpA will unveil one of the most significant sports cars ever to be built at Maranello the new "Ferrari 360 Modena".
The 360 Modena was designed as an interpretation of the Ferrari berlinetta with a V8 engine for the 21st century, radically innovative features such as significant weight reduction, a larger body and a higher level of equipment. One extremely important element, which is new on a Ferrari road car, is the use of aluminium to build the entire frame, combined with the bodyshell and chassis components which are also fabricated in aluminium.
Powered by a normally aspirated, 400 hp, 3.6-litre, 40-valve, 8-cylinder engine the 360 Modena will be available with the second generation of the highly successful F1-type gearbox as well as the conventional six-speed manual transmission.

360 Modena - back

Chassis, body-shell and suspensions in alluminium alloy
Overall length 4,477 m
Overall width 1,922 m
Height 1,214 m
Wheelbase 2,600 m
Front track 1,669 m
Rear track 1,617 m
Weight 1290 Kg
Kerb weight 1390 Kg
Front 215/45 ZR 18
Rear 275/40 ZR 18
Weight distribution 43/57 front/rear
Longitudinal gearbox with 6 gears and reverse or electrohydraulic system (F1 type)
Front 330mm
Rear 330mm
8 cylinders in a 90° V
Bore/stroke 85x79 mm
4 overhead cams with variable phasing,
5 valves per cylinder with variable
geometry intake
Engine 3586 cc
Maximum Power 400 HP@8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 38 kgm@4750 rpm
Maximum speed more than 295 km/h
0-100 km/h 4,5"
0-400 m 12,6"
0-1000 m 22,9"