InterClassics - TopMobiel 2015:
The Ferrari Rossa / Sculptures
Assicuro Walther Muurmans,
Oud-Autocoureur/ Dutch Racing-School Owner
Hans Deen & Freek Aleweijn.
Peter,Carlijn & Marvin
The Ferrari Rossa
The Ferrari Rossa was born to celebrate the Pininfarina 70 years of activity,
"rossa", "Concept Car of the Year" 2000, is a two-seater Spider with Ferrari
mechanical components, a perfect foundation on which to link with an
imaginary thread the past to the future, while interpreting and evolving
several of the more powerful themes of the long collaboration
between Ferrari and Pininfarina.
The two-seater spider, designed by Ken Okuyama, is build on the platform of
a Ferrari 550 Maranello. It is not only a study in design but a tribute to the
competition spiders of the 1950’s.
It is a glimps into the future of what a front-engined two-seater open sports car
might look like in the future. Many of the modern Ferrari’s use various styling
cues courtesy of the Rossa such as the Enzo and F430 having
similar rear lights.
The Rossa it is powered by a 5.5 liter V12 from the Ferrari 550 Maranello.
It delivers 485 hp at 7000 rpm and 419 lbs-ft at 4500 rpm.
It has a top speed of 186,4 mph.
Model - Rossa Pininfarina Concept
Year - 2000
Make - Ferrari
Configuration - Ferrari 550 V12
Valvetrain - DOHC 4 Valves / Cyl
Displacement - 5474 cc / 334.0 cu in
Power - 361.7 kw / 485.0 bhp @ 7000 rpm
Torque - 568.09 nm / 419.0 ft lbs @ 5000 rpm
Bore - 88 mm / 3.46 in
Stroke - 75 mm / 2.95 in
HP / Liter - 88.6 bhp per litre
Gear Type - 6-Speed Manual
Drive Wheels - Front Engine / RWD
Top Speed - 300 kph / 186.4 mph
(Bron: Starlight Garage)
The Ferrari Rossa
Sculptures: Jos Dirix
Bronzen Beelden met power:
Jos Dirix weet als geen ander power,
levensvreugde en energie vast te leggen in expressieve bronzen sculpturen.
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