The Ferrari F50 did not leave a particularly deep trace in Maranello’s history because the attention of the collectors was appropriated by the earlier model F40 and later Enzo, but it is certainly a rare and expensive car. The owner of one such car painted in Nero Deyton Black is asking for $5 million.
Ferrari has produced a total of 349 copies, and in the United States only 55 arrived, among them the one offered for sale. Only two cars have Nero Dayton black, so it’s clear that the car is even rarer.
Also, it is in perfect condition and has only more than 7,700 kilometers on its odometer.
The monocoque chassis and body panels are made of carbon fiber, and the black exterior color is matched with the interior.
Ferrari F50 is powered by a 4.7 liter atmospheric V12 engine based on the one used in Formula 1, which develops 512 hp. It is matched only with a six-speed manual transmission, and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.87 seconds before reaching a top speed of 325 km/h.
The F50 is one of the special models that Ferrari produces in its history to mark anniversaries or simply stay in business. Everything started with the F40 model marking 40 years of car production, and continued with models F50, Enzo, LaFerrari, etc.