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Founder: Enzo Ferrari (18 February 1898 - 14 August 1988).
1948: The first production car to to carry the Ferrari name, the Tipo 166, went on sale, 2-litre V12. (166 = 2000/12.)
And F's first grand prix car had a supercharged 1.5-litre V12.
1951: Scuderia Ferrari won its first F1 GP, at Silverstone, with driver Froilan Gonzalez.
1951-1952: Ferrari 212.
A 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Cabriolet, 2,562cc sohc V12, coachwork by Vignale, sold for us$1,930,000 at Bonhams Scottsdale Auction 16 January 2020, "produced in multiple variations between 1951 and 1952 ... bodied in a bewildering array of styles ...".

1953: Ferrari 250, 3-litre V12, front-engined, produced in various closed, open, and racing versions.
The rare 250 GTO became a serious collectors' car; a 1963 example sold for £12 million in 2010. A 1962 example reportedly sold for £20.2 million in June 2012. A 1962-63 250 GTO Berlinetta sold for us$38.1 million in August 2014. A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, chassis #3413, engine #3413, sold for us$48,405,000 at RM Sotheby's Monterey auction in August 2018.
A 1956 Ferrari 290 MM by Scaglietti, 3490cc V12, one of four built, chassis #0626, engine #7, gearbox #10 7 S, driven by Juan Manuel Fangio in the 1956 Mille Miglia, sold for us$28,050,000 at RM Sotheby's 'Driven by Disruption' auction, New York, on 10 Dec 2015.
A 1956 Ferrari 290 MM by Scaglietti, chassis #0628, engine #0628, sold for us$22,005,000 at RM Sotheby's 'Petersen Automotive Museum' auction, 8 Dec 2018.
1957-1958: Four Ferrari '335 S' racers were built, 4023cc V12, 390hp.
A 1957 Ferrari 335 S Scaglietti sold for €32,075,200, us$37,794,319 at the Retromobile Salon auction in Paris, 6 Feb 2016.
1957: A 1957 prototype Ferrari Testa Rossa [TR] racer sold for us$16.4m (us$14.9m + buyer's premium) at Goodings 2011 Pebble Beach auction. A 1956 Ferrari 500 TR Spider racer by Scaglietti chassis #0610 MDTR, engine #0610 MDTR, sold for €3,717,500 at RM Sothebys Villa Erba auction 20 May 2023.
A 1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider Competizione, chassis #1451 GT, engine #197 D, sold for us$17,990,000 at RM Sotheby's 6 Dec. 2017 New York Icons auction.
1964: Ferrari 275, 3.3-litre V12, front-engined.
A 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4S NART Spider, chassis #10709, engine #10709 was sold for us$27,500,000 by RM Auctions at Monterey, August 2013.
1967: Ferrari created the Dino marque, after Alfredino. The Dino 206 GT, mid-engined, 2-litre V6, is a beautiful little car.
And, 1969, the Dino 246, 2.6-litre V6.
1968: Ferrari 365, aka Daytona, 4.4-litre V12, front-engined.
1969: Fiat took 50% of Ferrari, 90% after 1988.
1973: Dino 308 GT4 2+2, 2-door, 3.0-litre V8, mid-engined.
In 1976 this was "rebranded" the Ferrari 308.
1984: The Testa Rossa was the successor to the 512 BB (1976) with a 5-litre flat-12 (rear-|mid-) mounted over the gearbox.
Testa Rossa (Red Head)
And 1991, the 512 TR, 1994 512 M.
A 1993 512 TR Spider (open), chassis #ZFFLA4C000097310, engine #35505, sold for £2,226,875 at RM Sotheby's London auction, 5 November 2023.
1988: Ferrari's 40th anniversary, and Enzo Ferrari (1898-1988) died.
1988: Ferrari F40 introduced, 2.9-litre (2,936cc) V8, twin turbo.
again red
Ferrari F40
The F40 has a space-frame chassis, weighs just 1,100kg and is said to top 200mph.
2021 July 9: a 1990 Ferrari F40 Berlinetta, chassis #ZFFGJ34B000084104, sold for £883,000 at Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed auction.  2021 October 10: a 1989 Ferrari F40 Berlinetta, chassis #ZFFGJ34B000083620, sold for €1,840,000 at Bonhams Zoute auction.  2022 July 3: a 1991 Ferrari F40, chassis #ZFFGJ34B000089982, engine #27824, sold for chf1,955,000 at Bonhams Gstaad auction.  2023 March 2–3: a 1990 Ferrari F40 (US spec.), chassis #ZFFMN34A0L0086620, sold for us$3,085,000 at Goodings Amelia Island auction.

1994: Ferrari 355, 2-seat, 3.5-litre V8 5-valves/cyl., mid-engined.
1994: Details of the F50 released.
red yet again
Ferrari F50
4.4-litre V12.
1995, shown at the Geneva Motor Show.
1994: Ferrari 550, 5.5-litre V12, front-engined.
1999: Ferrari 360 replaced to 355, 2-seat, 3.5-litre V8, mid-engined.
2002: Ferrari 575M, 5.7-litre V12, front-engined.
2002-2004: Ferrari Enzo, 6-litre V12, mid-engined, 350km/h (220mph), 0-100km/h 3.3 secs.
red yet again
Ferrari Enzo, 2003
(Also Ferrari FXX race car 2005-07, and FXX Evoluzione ...2009, "based on" the Enzo.)
A 2003 Enzo, chassis #ZFFCZ56B000128786, engine #73369, sold for €4,055,000 at RM Sotheby's Paris auction, 1 Feb. 2023.
2004: Ferrari 430, replaced the 360, 2-seat, 4.3-litre V8, mid-engined.
2004: Ferrari 612, 4-seat, 2-door, 5.7-litre V12, front-engined.
2006: Ferrari 599, 2-seat, 6-litre V12 (~Enzo), front-engined, 330+km/h (206+mph).
(Based on the 599, the SA APERTA Roadster was shown at the 2010 Paris Motor Show (actually a week before it) to "celebrate Pininfarina's 80th anniversary.")
2008: Ferrari California at the Paris motor show, 2+2, 2-door, 4.3-litre 90° V8, front-engined, 310km/h (193mph), 0-100km/h <4 secs., combined fuel consumption 21.6 mpg (305.6 gm CO2/km). ('California' was first applied to the 250 GT.)
2009: Ferrari 458 'Italia' at the Frankfurt motor show, 2-seat, 4.5-litre V8, rear- (mid-) engined, 325km/h (202mph), 0-100km/h <3.4 secs., combined fuel consumption 13.7 l/100km (320 gm CO2/km).. The first 458 was delivered in Feb. 2010, us$260K, £170K. The Ferrari 458 Italia was recalled in September 2010 after several had caught fire. The 458 was replaced by the 488 GTB.
2010 March: At the Geneva Motor Show, Ferrari had a concept 599 HY-KERS petrol-electric hybrid, claimed to improve the V12's fuel consumption by a third. (Ferrari raced with KERS in F1 in 2009, but FOTA teams agreed not to use KERS in 2010.)
2011 March: At the Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari 'FF', had Four seats, 4WD(!) (not 'FF'), front engined 6.2 litre V12 post '612', £227K (12/2011).
2012 March: Ferrari unveiled the F12 Berlinetta (599 replacement) at the Geneva Motor Show, 6262cc V12, front engined, rear wheel drive -- delivery late 2012 to 2013.
2013 March: Ferrari unveiled the 350+km/h LaFerrari, the Enzo successor, at Geneva, rear (mid) 789hp 6.2 L V12 + 120kW (161hp) KERS.
A 2016 Ferrari LaFerrari, chassis #ZFF76ZHB000214218 sold for £2,142,500 at RM Sotheby's London Auction, 6 November 2021.
A 2014 LaFerrari, chassis #ZFF76ZHB000203343 sold for €2,558,750 at Bonhams 'Les Grand Marques' auction, Paris, 3 February 2022. A 2014 LaFerrari, chassis #ZFF76ZFA2E0207435, sold for us$4,075,000 at RM Sotherby's Arizona auction, 26 Jan. 2023.
2015: The 488 GTB, 3.9-litre, twin turbo, V8, replaced the 458.
2019 March: The Ferrari F8 Biturbo, the 488 replacement, was shown at the Geneva Motor Show, 3.9-litre V8, twin turbo.
2019 May: The Ferrai SF90 became Ferrari's first plug-in hybrid – 3990cc twin turbo V8 + three electric motors, two being for the front, + 7.9kW battery.
2019 November: Ferrari revealed the Ferrari Roma coupe, with a front-mounted 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8, an 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox. A V6 hybrid is expected later.

2022: The Ferrari 296 GTB went into production – 2-seat, rear-mid 2,992cc twin-turbo V6 (488kW), 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox, + 2×electric motors (123kW), 7.45kWh (?15-20km?), another plug-in hybrid PHEV. (The V6 layout recalls the Ferrari Dino 206 GT, 1967.)

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