2017 Ferrari J50: Another Special And Highly Limited Edition By Ferrari

Apr 05, 2017 05:20 PM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

Ferrari is an automaker that evokes respect just by mentioning its name. One of the most attended events in Tokyo Japan is the 50th anniversary of Ferrari. On the same event, the company unveiled a strictly limited bespoke car series, the 2017 Ferrari J50.

The car is a two-seater model that comes with a mid-rear engine roadster which showcases the comeback of the Targa body style. There will only be ten examples of the J50 that will be built. With the spirit of the brand's exceptional Fuori Serie tradition, each unit of the said model will be modified as to what the customers require.

Ferrari's design team has exerted effort in providing the J50 with bodywork that is all new and comes with a radically futuristic design language. It also comes with a highly unique personality that will surely suit the taste of every client that are looking for the utmost of innovative styling.

The design made for the 2017 Ferrari J50 aims to create a very low-slung roadster with encapsulating intrinsic values of agility and nimbleness of the Ferrari. For the company to achieve its goal, they have also imprinted a high dynamic on the flank of the vehicle.

This car model benefits from a develop detailed aerodynamic with numbers of significant functional solutions. As to its tail section, it shows sophistication and domination of the stylish interplay of three-dimensional elements and graphic design.

The rear side of the 2017 Ferrari J50 is aggressive in nature with a quad taillight design widening the vehicle under its high-downforce wing profile. Its rear diffuser features an extractor shape based from jet engine afterburners which give the car a strong stance.

This exclusive model from Ferrari is powered by a particular 690 cv version of the powerful 3.9-liter V8 engine. This engine won the overall International Engine of the year award just this 2016.

 

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