The most-affordable Ferrari remains in the line for 2005 with only minor changes. It's still a stunning sports car in either closed coupe or Spider convertible bodystyles and rides on a sturdy chassis to both minimize squeaks and rattles and maximize the car's handling prowess. A rear-mounted 3.6-liter V-8 engine generates a pavement burning 400 horses and is fitted to a six-speed-manual transmission. An "available F1" automatic gearbox mimics a Formula One race car by using paddles located on the steering column to switch gears.
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