By now you’ve probably heard of the Ferrari 250 GTO, the car that was to revolutionise the Ferrari brand.
But this was no ordinary car.
It was a Ferrari 500, powered by a 3.0-litre V8.
What makes this engine so special is that it produces up to 5,000bhp, a power which could make it the fastest production engine ever.
And with that power comes the need for an engine bay to accommodate it.
The Ferrari 500’s engine bay, pictured, was made of steel and aluminium.
The body was built to withstand the stresses of the supercar’s supercharged engine.
The roof was made from composite material, and it was then made to look like a boat.
Ferrari built the boat engine for the 500 in 1956.
But it was only after the car had already been built that the supercharged powerplant was installed, to allow it to get a better running surface.
The car’s engine, pictured at the time, was fitted to the front of the car.
The engine, which weighed 1,900kg (2,300lb), was powered by twin turbochargers that could be fed by either a supercharger or by an intake manifold.
As it rolled away from the track in the Ferrari’s factory, it was equipped with a massive 5,200kg (11,000lb) of aluminium, to help absorb the enormous amounts of torque the superchargers would produce.
The engine, as seen in the film The Godfather Part II is also pictured in the video below.
It’s worth noting that the car featured in The Fast and the Furious had a supercharged motor and that the engine was not designed for this purpose.
However, the Ferrari engine was used to power the cars in both Ferrari and The Bourne Legacy.
While it is unusual to see the supercharging engine in an all-new Ferrari, the engine is not unique in that it is an integral part of the production process.
The engines are the same as those used in the V8s of the early 1960s.
Fitting a new engine into a car is quite a challenging task.
It requires careful consideration of the vehicle’s structure and its mechanical specifications, and is also subject to a huge amount of trial and error.
Fortunately, the supercharged engine was a simple one, which was only ever designed for one purpose, namely to power a Ferrari.
“This is a very important piece of Ferrari history, and a very expensive piece of history,” said Fernando Sánchez, a Ferrari historian.
“The engine is a classic example of a car that came from a very early era in the history of the company.” The car’s supercharger is the second-generation of the Ferrari supercharged unit.
The first, which came into production in 1963, was the V12.
In 1966, the company introduced a new supercharged version, which featured the same 3.3-litres engine as the Ferrari 500.
A number of new engines were also used in that car, including the 1.6-liters of the F12.
But that is just one of the many reasons why the 500 is considered one of Ferrari’s most iconic models.
After its first appearance in 1955, the 500 was seen by a huge audience in the cinema.
It had a wide variety of designs, from the sleek and sexy Ferrari 360 to the luxurious Ferrari 430 and the slightly less stylish F42.
But in its final form, the 500 was not a Ferrari at all, but a supercar.
It featured a huge super-charged turbosupercharged engine, producing a staggering 7,500bhp.
And that’s not all.
This is the first car ever built with the super-charged supercharged Ferrari V12 engine, and its power output has never been surpassed by a production car.
The 500 was fitted with a rear wing, which, when opened, allowed for maximum aerodynamic performance. The front engined car, shown in the video above, was also fitted with the Supermarine’s Supercharger turbochargers.
There was even a version of the engine used in Superman Returns that featured a supercharging tunnel.
Despite the Ferrari car’s incredible power output, it was not until the 1960s that F1 started making use of the technology, and the 5000s supercharged V12 powered the Ferrari F1. Nowadays, Fiat Supercars are racing the supercharged F250 in Brazil and Australia.
The Ferrari 500 is one of the most iconic supercars in history, so it was no surprise when the 50,000-strong