Check out a $40,000,000 Ferrari GTO being drifted like it’s a throwaway car
A video went viral on YouTube not long ago featuring an ultra-expensive and exotic Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa happily driven and forced into controlled sliding on the snowy expanses of the Swiss Alps during a fan gathering.
The Maranello HQ produced the legendary Ferrari GTO Spider in 1957–1961. The car packed a 3.0-liter V12 – a rather small engine volume for its cylinder count. With six carburetors assisting it, the mill hit the wheels with 300 PS (296 hp / 221 kW). The whole car weighed in at just 800 kilograms, or 1,764 pounds.
Ferrari only graced the world with 33 such vehicles, putting them among the world’s rarest and most coveted automotive creations. The last time the example featured in the video went on sale, it changed ownership for U.S. $40 million.
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